Saturday, October 27, 2007

There’s no such thing as a Catholic judge
Any more than there’s sectarian physics. As much as I disagree with neoconnish First Things (Fr Neuhaus holds his nose at a really Catholic right and doesn’t like ecumenism, interfaith and bridge-building to the left when it goes against the ex catheter defined doctrine ‘just shut up and vote mainstream Republican’ — like the religious left he used to belong to he knows what’s good for you) and I don’t like Villanova (where ‘Cat’lic’ means ‘be PC but give lip service about abortion, follow our sports and most important give us money’) I see the point! The judge’s job in the American system is simply to interpret laws as handed down. Hooray for strict constructionism.

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