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Monday, March 15, 2004

Speaking of process...

Sen. Ted Kennedy has written every judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, arguing that the court's newest member, William Pryor, was appointed illegally. Kennedy warned the judges not to let Pryor hear any cases, because if he does, the court's rulings will be void.

He actually has an interesting legal argument, but for Kennedy to intervene in the workings of the court by sending letters to all the judges seems a little heavy-handed. Like everything Fat Ted does, it's unlikely to play well in middle America. Which of course, isn't going to help his alter ego, JFK Lite, get anywhere.

As we're likely to ask all summer, WWJRED?

Comments (4)

OK, I'll bite - what is 'WWJRED'?

is that "what would J.R. Ewing do?"

Hopefully, "JRE" will be on the stump ... as a vice presidential candidate. No?

Sounds like a beer served in a country & western bar.

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