Wrapping Up the Miers Nomination

John Podhoretz has an excellent post mortem on the Harriet Miers nomination, and recounts how it fell apart over the course of the week. I disagree only with respect to Podhoretz’s statement that Miers was unqualified for the Court; I think she was qualified, by historical standards, but lacked the overwhelming stature and qualifications of someone like John Roberts.

But that’s behind us now. Pod’s post mortem is a good wrap-up; now it’s on to the next nomination.


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