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Old June 21, 2010, 12:09 PM   #9
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I don't think they are necessarily idealists at all. Rather, they are naive and unrealistic.
I don't know why these two sentiments are mutually exclusive.

I do know that John McCain is no conservative. He may be a Republican, but that doesn't make him conservative. I had to look up Mike Dewine. Pretty obscure reference. Again, just because someone puts a big R by their name and candidacy doesn't make them conservative.
Well, my vocabulary is limited in this forum. I would generally agree with you, although most of the Republican party probably would try to convince us otherwise.
I had to look up Mike Dewine. Pretty obscure reference.
During his time in the Senate he did a few things to get national attention.

So how do we know this?
Know that she separates the two or that she will continue to do so? As to the first she has written about cases and made statements in the past that indicate she does so. As to whether she will continue to, we don't know. Even justices with long track records have flipped on issues once they receive the lifetime appointment. Remember they are politicians previous to securing the position.
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