Laura Bush "I would really like for him to name another woman"

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  1. ASLANSPAL

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    First lady Laura Bush, on a trip to Africa, told NBC's "Today Show" that "I would really like for him to name another woman," a statement that caught the president a bit off guard.

    "Listen, I get her advice all the time. I didn't realize she had put this advice in the press," Bush said.

    To me this is very telling..bush is getting pressure from his wife and seems like a telegraph
    we are going to get a Latino Lady.imho
     
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    As long as the nominee is an originalist I won't care if the nominee is purple with yellow polka dots. :D
     
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    Laura should go back to baking cookies and keep her pro-choice nose out of politics. But, I do agree Ken. I don't care if the next SCJ is a space alien, as long as they are a strong conservative.

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    Joe the 1st lady has the right to speak her mind as well as we do on this board. What you said was sexist and debases women.
     
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    If he names another woman I hope its Janice Rogers Brown!
     
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    [​IMG] "If that's not the stupidest thing I've ever heard, Charlie Brown, I don't know what is!!!"

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    Bush huddled privately over breakfast with Democratic and Republican Senate leaders, who emerged from the session pleased about the level of White House consultation.

    Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) described the meeting as "meaningful" and "a good first or second step."

    "This process needs to move forward, and I was impressed with the fact the President said it would, that there will be more meetings, consultation," Reid said after the session.

    Bush did not reveal any specific candidates he is considering.

    Source: New York Daily News
     
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    Every President has been influenced by his wife. If you think differently - you need to stop voting until you become more familiar with human nature.
     
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    It is time to put someone on the Supreme Court who has been abducted by aliens and taken to a flying saucer. This neglected group of flying saucer abductees has very little political representation and deserves to be given a seat on the court as a step forward to the type of cultural diversity that is talked about but not practiced in everyday life. It is time. And that should make Mormon cultist Harry Reid happy because he clearly would speak the language of space aliens.
     
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    Joe the 1st lady has the right to speak her mind as well as we do on this board. What you said was sexist and debases women. </font>[/QUOTE]Yes, you're right. I apologize.

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    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1442438/posts

    Preferred in poll: A Hispanic woman who wouldn't alter Roe v. Wade.

    Questions:

    Essential or good idea new justice be


    A woman? 78% Yes
    A Hispanic? 67% Yes


    Should Roe v. Wade be overturned?
    Yes 29%
    No 68%


    Source: National USA Today/CNN/Gallup telephone poll of 1006 adults July 7-10. Margin of sampling error +/- 3 %.

    ???????????????????????????????????????????????

    who fits this bill??
     
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    Doesn't matter what a poll says. Bush needs to put an originalist on the SCOTUS.
     
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    We are becoming a matriarchal society. [​IMG] [​IMG]

    The choice for every vacancy is a non-white female. The Democrats look at the cover of the book but not the contents. If it has a nice or different cover it doesn't matter how debased the content to the Democrat mind. Look at that Mormon cultist anti-Christ Sen. Reid as Senate minority leader.

    Look at the first 2 women (Ginsburg and O'Connor) on the court--they have been 2 of the worst judges ever. O'Connor legalized sodomy and Ginsburg is a communist. What a pair of pro-abortion losers! Those 2 cheapskates would have voted for Dred Scott if they had been on the court at the time.
     
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    ditto, poles are for democrats, because poles are their conscience.
     
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    Perhaps upward to 100 million dollar p.r. campaign is going to ensue ..and bush is going
    to listen to his wife...Laura has definitely
    weighed in and shown her muscle...all that work
    with the daughters in the campaign it is "now
    listen to me" time.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2005/07/13/politics/13cnd-court.html

    "We're considering all kind of people," Mr. Bush said after a Cabinet meeting today. "Judges, non-judges. Laura gave me some good advice yesterday, which is to consider women. Which, of course I'm doing." First Lady Laura Bush said she would be pleased if the president nominated a woman to fill Justice O'Connor's seat.

    Some names banted about
    Judge Sonia Sotomayor of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, Judge Edward Prado of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and Judge Ricardo H. Hinojosa of Federal District Court in Texas

    Looks like it will be a latino and if its a woman
    then Laura will be happy.
     
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    Unfortunately, A-pal, the Democrats have no say in the nominations of a Republican president for political offices except to advise and consent once the Republican president has made the nomination. If Bush nominates his pal el seƱor Don Alberto Rino Gonzales, it is my hope that the Republican Party splits into two and that Bush loses control of the Congress in 2006. The same is true for any other pro-abortion candidate that Bush might nominate for the court.
     
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    The salient point was Laura does have a say
    mouse...I don't care what the Republican leadership does...bush is a little miffed at
    all the hullabaloo and if he decides to get
    stubborn like I think he will ..he will listen
    to neither side and choose to listen to his
    wife,dad,mom, and two daughters.

    Which is only natural and normal imho
     
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    Call me cmg. It is scary if a Laura Bush has a say in anything like that. The first two women appointed to the court have been total disasters. Since we already have one woman on the court and since our politics is diversity, I think that this seat should go to someone with experience on flying saucers, an oft neglected minority nowadays. What matters in American book buying is the cover of the book and not the content.
     
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    Doesn't matter. First, The new judges have probably been a done deal for a year. Second, any judge who goes against the system (our owners) will go the way of JFK and Bobby - and Lincoln.
     
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    billwald I want to be fair, will you please
    clarify this post.

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