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Monday, October 24, 2005 

Bush a Uniter? (Not on Purpose)

In a rare moment of agreement, Republican and Democrat lawmakers both think that Harriet Miers is a poor candidate for the Supreme Court.

(Breitbart) "I think, if you were to hold the vote today, she would not get a majority, either in the Judiciary Committee or on the floor," said Democratic Senator Charles Schumer, who appeared on NBC's "Meet the Press" show Sunday.

Arlen Specter, Republican chairman of the committee, confirmed the votes were not there at this time, and Miers would have to perform persuasively during the hearings to win over lawmakers.

Maybe President Bush has finally become the unifier he always dreamed of? Maybe Bush has now brought the nation back together for some healing... completely by accident, and by making a poor choice for SCOTUS nominee.