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Court Nominee Has Free-Market Bent

From: "Charlton Price" <
To: "Bosley, John - BLS" <"Javier Sierra" "Chris Bosley "Gillman, Daniel - BLS" "Fred Conrad"
Date: Tue, 1 Nov 2005 12:55:40 -0600
Subject: Re: Court Nominee Has Free-Market Bent
Okay, points taken. I'm suffering from blog fatigue. Blood sugar too low.
Must have lunch.
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From: "Bosley, John - BLS" To: "'Charlton Price'" "Javier Sierra"
; "Chris Bosley (Chris Bosley)"
"Gillman, Daniel - BLS"
"Fred Conrad" Cc: "Reed Price" "Sheldon Stahl" "Robert V. Keeley" "Brian Markley"
"Dick Spencer" "Angus Peyton" "Bill Bolger"
"Sharon Corboy"
Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 12:51 PM
Subject: RE: Court Nominee Has Free-Market Bent


How did you get the impression I had any particular animus against Alito
himself, CRP? He may well be OK although I doubt it--but the point I was
making is that Bush is packing the court with business-friendly free-trade
advocates and *that* is what the Democrats should be howling about. Since
the Democrats themselves believe in the free-trade mantram/bullshit though
it's not surprising they don't object to Bush giving the country to the
rich.

JJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Charlton Price > Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 1:47 PM
To: Bosley, John - BLS; Javier Sierra; Chris Bosley (Chris Bosley);
Gillman, Daniel - BLS; Fred Conrad;
Cc: Reed Price; Sheldon Stahl; Robert V. Keeley; Brian Markley; Dick
Spencer; Angus Peyton; Bill Bolger; Sharon Corboy
Subject: Re: Court Nominee Has Free-Market Bent


Fine, Jawn. But just please cool your jets There's no point in going to
the
mat on every & all issues.

Hey, this new paisano is a scholar in the law, can write and speak
(without
notes) English, and is persuadable by reason. "Scolito" is scirrilous
claptrap. Thoughtful conservatives and even bloviators like Spector say
so..

Let's hear it for less blogspeak and more competent advocacy in the
courts,

e.g. re Walmart 's "health care" and other HR policies, and re
warmongering
lies leading to high crimes, which are impeachable offenses. Democratic
knee-jerk bleating re Alito is feckless and demeaning to our party (I am
still a Deaniac and against Pal Joey L.)

Uplift your spirits by viewing on C-SPAN (online) the Rosa Parks Memorial
at

AME Church, Washington, and Joe Wilson's appearance before the Press Club,
especially the Q & A..

With a tut-tut and a a curmudgeonly envoi .

.CP in KC
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From: "Bosley, John - BLS"> To: "Javier Sierra" "'Charlton Price'"
"Chris Bosley (Chris Bosley)"


"Gillman, Daniel - BLS"
>"Fred Conrad"
Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 10:56 AM
Subject: FW: Court Nominee Has Free-Market Bent


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Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 11:25 AM To: Bosley, John - BLS
Subject: Court Nominee Has Free-Market Bent


This story was sent to you by: John Bosley

This is the real reason for the nomination. Roe v. Wade is a very
convenient
distraction--which the left is predictably going to focus on (or at least
the servile media will allege that they're focusing on this kind of
"moral"
issue). Meantime neoliberalism will be reinforced big time. Miers was
notably pro-business too. Bush's "base" doesn't give a rat's ass about
the
issues that get the Christian right all excited; the base is all about
grabbing all the money they can get their hands on. I'll bet most if not
all
of the early cases (if Alito is confirmed)are about consolidating the
hold
of business over America. Maybe a token case involving hot button moral
issues but nothing would play into Bush's hands more than if Alito voted
to affirm Roe v. Wade.

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Court Nominee Has Free-Market Bent
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Bush's choice to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has a
pro-business record.

By Molly Selvin
Times Staff Writer
November 1 2005

Although Samuel A. Alito Jr. has spent his entire legal career on the
government payroll, President Bush's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court
has a strong free-market philosophy likely to please corporate
America, legal experts said Monday.
The complete article can be viewed at:
http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-bizjudge1nov01,0,523148.story

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