Smashed between my ten hours of flightline joy and first week at Hampton U.'s Grad Counseling program, I noticed something. No it wasn't the sparce occcurence of the pasties like me, rather the ten-minute segment of questioning by a Senator who happens to have a legastic last name.
Not to spoil this post with politics, ....but I honestly wondered while watching this old, wrinkled man speak from simulated notary, while questioning somebody he knew nothing of, outside of paper. Civil Rights seemed to be the overall point.
With all the legislation that countless numbers of determinded people have stewed and brewed over, ......what can we say of the future, when there is so much hate.....unless you disagree, either way,...write on.....
The few cases I have been able to find so far - tell me he is a decent constituitionalist. However, there are many documents involving him that have not been made part of the public record. Why not?
From cbs news:
He has a short paper trail as a judge, and the White House won't release his writings from the first Bush administration.
Personally I don't think the senate should confirm him until those records are released. It is important to know more about how this man views our national laws and if he attempted to bypass them while working for the Bush administration.
Documents from his time as a young conservative in the Reagan White House show that Roberts raised questions about affirmative action, privacy and civil rights issues.
I haven't read these yet but will be looking for them this weekend.