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Thursday, June 29, 2006

Senator Elizabeth "Liddy" Dole is fed up with Judge Terrence Boyle being "Borked" by Democrat U.S. Senators...

Well..., play it again, Sam! Democrat obstructionists of the U.S. Senate have blocked the confirmation of Judge Terrence Boyle for a seat on the federal bench during two Bush administrations---#41 and #43---and are still doing so.

I don't know about you, but I'm ready for this totally well-qualified Judge to finally get an up or down vote by the full Senate, according to the Constitution. It's more than just passing curious that Boyle was voted out of the Judicary Committee a year ago and his nomination still has not been brought to the Senate floor for a vote.

What's holding it up...? Are Democrats still mining-for and manufacturing dirt? Well, actually, they're just continuing, in perpetuity, their earlier politics of personal destruction smear campaign. It's beginning to look as if blocking Boyle's confirmation has become a life-long mission for them.

Senator Elizabeth "Liddy" Dole thinks so, too. She's tired of Judge Boyle being "Borked."

Ditto that for me!

Read about it below and here.
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"Borking Judge Boyle"

"If you want evidence proving that the judicial confirmation process is in serious need of repair, Exhibit A would be Judge Terrence Boyle of North Carolina. Nearly 15 years ago, Judge Boyle was nominated for a seat on the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals by the first President Bush.

President George W. Bush has since renominated Judge Boyle three times for the same seat — once in 2001, a second time in 2003 and a third time in 2005. Judge Boyle was finally approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee a year ago, yet he continues to patiently await action by the full Senate.

The hard-core left is opposing the Boyle nomination, despite the fact that the American Bar Association has given him its highest possible rating — "unanimously well-qualified..."

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