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November 11, 2005


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Yikes! I'll have to listen to the podcast. My initial thought is that at least judges have to pretend not to be biased, and have some limits on their discretion. Also, the federal judiciary seems generally rather moderate.

The president, with no such limitations, would be free to move the law as far as possible in his direction, and a president with different views could presumably move it in another direction. So much for predictability or certainty!


Bring back the Stuarts!

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