Inconsistency in picking judges explored.

WASHINGTON — “A foolish consistency,” Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “is the hobgoblin of little minds.” If so, American politics is full of wise people.

Consistent they are not. On issues ranging from Senate filibusters to how to pay for health care or tax cuts to federal judges, where Democrats as well as Republicans stand depends on where they sit — in the majority or not.

Perhaps picking judges that follow the Constitution of the United States, instead of the crap that they are taught in law school, would be a good idea.

Read the NEW YORK TIMES article.

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