Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Extraordinary circumstances: who would they filibuster?



Bernard Kerik

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Shakes the Alcoholic Clown

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Jack Torrance

Laurence Tribe

Laurence Tribe

Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren

Earl Warren


Maybe--what does Lindsay Graham think?:

Robert Bork

Robert Bork (poorly prepared for confirmation hearings)

Q as judge, in the episodes Encounter at Farpoint and All Good Things...

Q (Contemptous attitude toward any executive, much less unitary executive)


Torquemada (Spent hearings on diatribe about "slackers" running Abu Ghraib)

Ahmad Chalabi (insists on throwing kickback money at intelligence community rather than congress)


Blogger <-<--esoder<---<----<----- said...

I love that movie. It is the Citizen Caine of clown movies.

And I believe Shakes the Clown has a keen understanding of the law and would tend to base his decisions on precendent while favoring individual rights over coprporations and civil rights over secrecy. Further, he is at least as well qualified as HArriet Meiers.

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