- Apr 30, 2009
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The constitution limits politicians power. If one party supported limiting power, and another party did not, then their judges would reflect those principles. That’s the divide. Increased power and control for Washington DC, or not.The responses above are made by morons. Scalia and RBG were passed with huge numbers. Ask Sasse why Garland didn't get a vote.
Also, newsflash to Sasse. Politicians both appoint and confirm Justices. Appointments are inherently political. Moreover, judges are picked and pushed because parties want them to exact an ideology upon the country. If thst wasn't true, then there wouldn't be a fight about judges as long as the judge nominees are qualified. They'd all pass 100-0.
You're all dummies.