Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Quote of the Day

Jeffrey Toobin profiles Chief Justice John Roberts in The New Yorker.

At this low moment in the historical reputation of George W. Bush, his nominee for Chief Justice stands in signal contrast to what appears today to be a failed and fading tenure as President. Roberts’s service on the Court, which is, of course, likely to continue for decades, offers an enduring and faithful reflection of the Bush Presidency.