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Poll: Obama 49 - Romney 46, But...

heren Wrote: May 22, 2012 4:50 PM
without regards to any other political or social factor. M-R: “With regards to those at the district court, clerk magistrate level, their political views aren’t really going to come into play unless their views indicate they will be soft on crime. the only criteria in picking lower court judges was that they were tough on crime," he said, Something that M-R emphasized throughout his time as MA-Gov. M-R said that his: "criteria would change with an opening on the MA Supreme Court, where he would focus more on ensuring that the judge had a “strict constructionist, judicial philosophy.” Romney’s attempts to turn the MA courts right can be seen in the appt of Cons Chris Moore to chair the J-N-C. C-M is a member of the Federalist Society,
heren Wrote: May 22, 2012 4:50 PM
which fights against judicial activism. M-R put C-M into an excellant position to limit the selection of liberal activist judges who would legislate from the bench.

Romney praised choosing S-C-Justices, Roberts, Alito.

M-R said: "The nomination of Sonia Sotomayor by Pres-Obama was “troubling.”

Informing Cons the types of Judges M-R would like sitting on the nation’s High Court.

2004-W-S-J - M-R said: “Beware of activist Judges” it's the legislatures job not the court system to pass laws."

Judge Robert Bork endorsed M-R 2008 !

“No other candidate will do more to advance the Conservative Judicial Cause than Gov Mitt Romney. He's committed to nominating Judges who take their oath of office seriously and respect the rule of law." J-R-Bork

Celebrate good times, liberals -- President Obama has again vaulted ahead of Mitt Romney in a national poll:

After months of aggressive campaigning on jobs and the economy, President Obama and Mitt Romney, his likely Republican challenger, are locked in a dead heat over who could fix the problem foremost on voters’ minds, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. The parity on economic issues foreshadows what probably will continue to be a tough and negative campaign. Overall, voters would be split 49 percent for Obama and 46 percent for Romney if the November election were...