- 04 февраля 2013, 22:19
Bill Kristol, Weekly Std
On October 3, 2005, President George W. Bush announced his intention to nominate his White House counsel, Harriet Miers, to succeed Sandra Day O'Connor as an associate justice of the Supreme Court. On October 27, after vigorous statements of opposition from conservatives and quiet expressions of dismay from Republican senators, Miers withdrew her nomination.Conservatives and Republicans had no grudge against Harriet Miers. They simply thought she wasn't a first-rate candidate. They were confident that Bush, the Court, and the country could do better. They were right. President Bush...