- 28 Jan 2022 19:48
I was wondering when the whining would start.
If you were to draw up a checklist for the ideal candidate, it would be Harvard Law Review, clerked for a SC justice, and experience in a couple different federal courts.
The front runner checks all the boxes, her name might be Jackson.
Now, you wouldn't want all of the judges to be like that. You need depth, someone with experience in civil rights, for example, someone good with business law, it rarely happens but a prof of Constitutional law would be fantastic.
Child, the other front runner, would add experience the court doesn't currently have, and she's a superb justice. There is something called a judicial temperment. Clarence Thomas is really lacking in that regard, but all the recently appointed kooks are deficient to differing degrees. Child has judicial temperment in spades.
What I am saying is either of the front runners could run circles around most of the kook judges. Their skin may be black, but their intelligence, integrity and commitment to the Law is beyond reproach.
Facts have a well known liberal bias