(Archive - Week of October 23, 2004)

Conservative Republican Justices of US Supreme Court

In the Judicial Branch, nine justices of US Supreme Court are the most powerful in our government. They can overrule Congress and even the President of the United States. Most will remember four years ago when Justices William H. Rehnquist, Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Sandra Day O'Connor, and Clarence Thomas, ruled that the voted count be stopped in Florida , thereby overruling the State Supreme Court in Florida.

After making their ruling, they refused to sign it. The four justices that opposed the ruling of the five justices were John Paul Stevens, David Souter, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Steven Breye In my book, the five justices who ruled the roost should hang their heads in shame knowing that George W. Bush has done more harm to our nation than what 9/11/01 did.

With all the hundreds of millions of dollars that the Republicans have obtain for George W. Bush for his campaign to serve another four years has almost made it impossible for Sen. John Kerry to hold his own in the campaign against him. And I would not be surprised if the five members on the US Supreme Court don't find a way once again to appoint Bush as president.  

With Republican George W. Bush as president, and the House and Senate are controlled by Republicans, Bush blames all his trouble that has gone wrong in our nation on Democrats. 

Supreme Court Justices
Stephen G. Breyer
Associate: August 3, 1994
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Associate: August 10, 1993
Clarence Thomas
Associate: October 23, 1991
David H. Souter
Associate: October 9, 1990
Anthony Kennedy
Associate: February 18, 1988
William H. Rehnquist
Associate: January 7, 1972
Chief: September 26, 1986
Antonin Scalia
Associate: September 26, 1986
Sandra Day O'Connor
Associate: September 25, 1981
John Paul Stevens
Associate: December 19, 1975

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