Wednesday, July 06, 2005

The Supreme Cour, Snadra Conners and Stuff!?

From: worker3116@gmail.com
To: spaceham@gmail.com
Date: Jul 5, 2005 3:54 PM
Subject: supreme cour


i have a feeling maybe lots of people already ask you this, but what do you think about the supreme cour?

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From: spaceham@gmail.com
To: worker3116@gmail.com
Date: Jul 5, 2005 3:58 PM
Subject: Re: supreme cour


I think it is a pretty sweet court! But nobody has ever asked me that question before.

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From: worker3116@gmail.com
To: spaceham@gmail.com
Date: Jul 5, 2005 3:59 PM
Subject: Re: supreme cour


COME ON MY OLD FRIEND FROM COLLEGE!!
I mean what do you think is going to be the nomination, and about Snadra Conners and stuff!?

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From: spaceham@gmail.com
To: worker3116@gmail.com
Date: Jul 5, 2005 4:06 PM
Subject: Re: supreme cour


Because a lady retired, it's going to be hard to put another white man on the court. The nominee is likely to be either a woman or a minority, or both.

The betting man's favorite is Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez. The President likes him and he is all hisapnic and shit. His two liabilities are that the far right does not like him (but I've not really been able to figure out why) and he is not a woman. It might be that with O'Connor leaving, he doesn't want to leave the Court with one lady. If that's the case, the womanly favorites I hear are Edith
Jones, Edith Clement, Priscilla Owen, and Judge Brown (who has the double plus minority bonus of being black). I don't know much about these people other than Brown is super pro-property rights. Also Judge Edith Jones is famous for affirming a guy's death sentence even though his lawyer slept through part of the trial. The rationale was that the defendant couldn't prove that the lawyer slept through any
important parts.

Other favorites are Judge Emilio Garza because he's conservative and hispanic (and the judge that I will be working for next year, but I don't think that's one of his stronger credentials).

Then there's a bunch of white men, who had a stronger chance if Rehnquist was the one who was going down.

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From: worker3116@gmail.com
To: spaceham@gmail.com
Date: Jul 5, 2005 4:10 PM
Subject: Re: supreme cour


got it!

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