Friday, May 1, 2009

Justice David Souter

President Obama will get to appoint his first justice to the Supreme Court. David Souter, the 69 year-old associate justice, announced his retirement yesterday. Justice Souter was appointed by President George H. W. Bush.

This just keeps getting better. The Obama legacy is growing by leaps and bounds right before our eyes. He's fixing the economy, reforming health care, education, and the environment. He was faced with pirates and a faltering government on the U.S. southern border. He's been faced with a possible pandemic. Now he has to see a nominee through to confirmation on the Supreme Court. This is all in the first 101 days. All I can say is...go Obama go, go Obama go, go Obama go!

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