via The Carpetbagger Report Right wingers are angry about the way the Schiavo case turned out in the courts. The unanimity of the rulings — amo
March 28, 2005

via The Carpetbagger Report

Right wingers are angry about the way the Schiavo case turned out in the courts. The unanimity of the rulings — among state and federal judges, elected and appointed, Dem and Republican, this month and spanning several years — doesn’t lead them to believe there’s a flaw in their legal reasoning, only that there’s something wrong with the judicial branch.

We’ve all heard the recent bluster. Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum, among others, have denounced the “judicial tyranny” he’s seen. Not satisfied with bizarre legal arguments and overheated rhetoric, some Republicans on the Hill are making noises about taking their concerns to the next level... read on

I hope Steve is right and cooler heads prevail, but somehow I don't see that happening. Not when you have right wing TV, 24/7 denouncing activist judges, even when they are conservative.

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