WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg weighs in on the debate over political tactics over appointing Justice Scalia’s replacement.
“”There’s not going to be any particular position on any particular issue that determines whether I nominate them, but I’m going to nominate somebody who is indisputably qualified for the seat”, he said. “Sanders or whoever’s nominated by the Republicans”, Grassley said.
Rick Esenberg, who leads the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, said voters should focus on the Supreme Court as they analyze presidential candidates.
Schumer’s 2007 speech summarized the lessons he said he learned from the Senate’s September 2005 confirmation of Chief Justice John Roberts, and the January 2006 confirmation of Justice Samuel Alito.”