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Mon Sep 5 13:47:37 PDT 2005
How are we counting Cardozo?
Rick Duncan <nebraskalawprof at yahoo.com> wrote:
Now that the President has nominated Roberts for CJ, any predictions on who will be nominated to fill O'C's seat?
Here is mine--Judge Emilio Garza of the 5th Circuit (New Orleans).
This is a political 3-base hit--Garza is conservative (the base will love him), he is Hispanic (the first Hispanic to serve on the Court), and he sits in New Orleans (and it will thus serve as a nice regional gesture).
Of corse, there are others I would prefer (McConnell, Edith Jones, Janice Rogers Brown), but Garza is a choice that just fits this opening.
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