Monday, October 03, 2005

My Take on Miers:

You know, I never, for the life of me, thought that I had a chance of becoming a Supreme Court Justice (or even any seat on the federal bench). But now, my hopes are up. If you notice a change in my writing style -- that I start kissing Bush's butt more (btw: did I ever tell you that I think he's the most intelligent man in the world?) -- it may be because I'm throwing my hat into the ring of contention for the next open seat. Mr. President, you have my email address.

6 comments:

Karen said...

Hey - If I've got to say those words to get a seat on the Supreme Court... I'd rawther NOT.

*teehee*

:-)

David Swindle said...

Hahahaha. Very nice, Prof. Rowe, very nice indeed. What a perfect way to sum it all up.

Daniel said...

The nomination somehow brings William O. Douglas to mind. No particular legal philosophy. Nothing to recommend him to the Supreme Court except the fact that he had a high profile and played poker with FDR. The current nominee's history would indicate that she would take the job a bit more seriously, however.

Bill Ware said...

Jon,

Since we're fantasizing here, if I were on the Judiciary Committee, you'd have my vote!

Jonathan said...

Thanks. Great comments.

cubic rooms said...

No, no, no, Jonathan. Me first. I have far less qualifications than you.