Comments on: PoliColumn I: Moore Politics http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=7721 A rough draft of my thoughts... Mon, 08 May 2006 20:04:21 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=1.5.1.2 by: Politics In Alabama http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=7721#comment-151535 Sun, 31 Jul 2005 22:30:19 +0000 http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=7721#comment-151535 <strong>Riley Leads Republican Vote for Gov.</strong> In a studey done by the Birmingham News, 72% of polled Republicans would vote for Gov. Riley for the govenor position. Gov. Bob Riley is the clear choice among Republican leaders for re-election over former Chief Justice Roy Moore, a Birmingham News ... Riley Leads Republican Vote for Gov.

In a studey done by the Birmingham News, 72% of polled Republicans would vote for Gov. Riley for the govenor position.

Gov. Bob Riley is the clear choice among Republican leaders for re-election over former Chief Justice Roy Moore, a Birmingham News …

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by: Terry http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=7721#comment-151500 Sun, 31 Jul 2005 12:56:25 +0000 http://www.poliblogger.com/?p=7721#comment-151500 "Whether it was the removal of prayer from schools or the legalization of abortion, there are a number of issues which are of profound significance that the court has decided in a way that does not comport with the predominate views held in our state." You don't have to go that far back to find reasons for Alabamians perfectly justified distrust of the courts. Just go as far back as the Education lawsuit so you can see the pictures of a Federal judge sitting there deciding how many rolls of toilet paper it is reasonable for one school to have before it creates a "disparity" with schools that don't have as many rolls. “Whether it was the removal of prayer from schools or the legalization of abortion, there are a number of issues which are of profound significance that the court has decided in a way that does not comport with the predominate views held in our state.”

You don’t have to go that far back to find reasons for Alabamians perfectly justified distrust of the courts. Just go as far back as the Education lawsuit so you can see the pictures of a Federal judge sitting there deciding how many rolls of toilet paper it is reasonable for one school to have before it creates a “disparity” with schools that don’t have as many rolls.

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