The Washington Post slams Harry Reid over a comment he made yesterday while announcing that he will not vote for Judge John Roberts.
The president is not entitled to very much deference in staffing the third branch of government, the judiciary.
Excuse me, but the Constitution itself confers that very deference upon the office of President of the United States.
The Post says:
Leave aside the merits of the Roberts nomination, which we support; if Mr. Reid regards Judge Roberts as unworthy, he is duty-bound to vote against him. But these are dangerous words that Democrats will come to regret.
Go read the rest.
Via Bench Memos