When Obama announced his Supreme Court nominee as Sonia Sotomayor, our bloggers started to give their thoughts. Here are some highlights from the first 24 hours after the announcement:
Ryck, Roxanna and NHoop discuss how Sotomayor has made comments indicating that she, in fact, may be a bigot.
Playful Walrus, DEConservative and Walter Grandberry break down Sotomayor's history of judicial activism; Miguel provides some proof to how liberal the nominee is.
Rich from NW Indiana, KsReaganite, and SteveK see this as an unsurprising move from a liberal President.
Iconic Freedom, Skep41 and Patrick Bohan take issue with Sotomayor's stress on self-identification as a credential.
JDHolden questions the nature of the pick itself; C.B. Stiggins sees this maneuver as a step in the creation of Obama's Royal Court.
Teresa and BurnThisToo ask if the Republicans should make an attempt at blocking the nomination.
TrueNorth feels that Sotomayor's politics make her a better candidate for Congress than a Supreme Court Justice.
And finally, Steve sees Sotomayor's selection as "uncontroversial."
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