Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court and a key swing vote on issues such as abortion and the death penalty, sai
June 30, 2005

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court and a key swing vote on issues such as abortion and the death penalty, said Friday she is retiring. O'Connor, 75, said she expects to leave before the start of the court's next term in October, or whenever the Senate confirms her successor. There was no immediate word from the White House on who might be nominated to replace O'Connor...read on

Will Bush do the right thing and avoid a three ring "circus"? Highly doubtful. Dobson's gang is ready to mobilze. Tony Perkins marauders will be gathering at the gates of the White House.

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