Romney Promising the Religious Right He’ll Appoint Right Wing Judges

Fanatics picking Romney’s judges?
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As a Mormon, it’s an uphill climb for Mitt Romney to get the religious right on his side; many of the most influential right wing religious leaders are not shy at all about calling Mormonism a “cult.”

One tactic Romney is using to get over this problem: promising to appoint far right theocratic judges to the Supreme Court.

This is not just idle talk; as we noted last year, one of Romney’s chief judicial advisers is none other than extreme right wing ideologue Robert Bork.

And today Right Wing Watch shines some light on the religious fanatics who are apparently deeply involved with picking Romney’s judges: Romney Successfully Wooing the Religious Right With Promises of Right Wing Judges.

On today’s episode of “WallBuilders Live,” David Barton and Rick Green invited Jordan Sekulow, who worked for Romney back in 2008, to make the case as to why the Religious Right can and should support Romney.  While Green was skeptical at first, Barton needed no convincing because Jay Sekulow (Jordan’s father) was going to be involved in picking Romney’s judges and that was all he needed to hear:

This has not been a hard thing for evangelicals to get over and support Romney and it shouldn’t be a hard thing. When Romney ran four years ago, he wasn’t my first choice but the reason I never got really worried about Romney was Jay Sekulow. And I tell you he has been very intimately involved in helping get folks like Alito and Roberts on the court. And four years ago, I heard that Sekulow is the guy that Romney has tapped to choose his judges and I said “that’s it.” I don’t have any trouble with Romney because Isaiah 1:26 tells me the righteousness of nation is determined, not by the legislature, but by its judges. And if Romney’s got folks like Sekulow picking his judges, I can live with that in a heartbeat.

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1 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:25:07am

I'm so sick of hearing that Roberts and Alito are "model judges."

2 Batman  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:28:48am

Good thing the Right is concerned about activist judges. Wouldn't want any judges making laws and allowing government to favor any one religion.

3 dragonath  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:29:00am

Bork me baby!

4 Interesting Times  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:29:07am

Mitt Romney’s Secret Weapon for the Right: Robert Bork

Robert Bork doesn’t just think abortion should be criminalized, he thinks states should be free to outlaw birth control. He’s argued that the Equal Protection Clause doesn’t apply to women. And what seems almost too unbelievable to be real, he even ruled that a company is free to tell female employees to be sterilized or lose their jobs.

More details here (Google books link)

5 allegro  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:29:18am

Just like Michelle Bachmann said, she's decided he's OK since he will surround himself with the "right people."

6 allegro  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:31:03am

re: #4 Interesting Times

Mitt Romney’s Secret Weapon for the Right: Robert Bork

More details here (Google books link)

I would compare him to a Neanderthal dragging the womenfolk into his cave by their hair but that would be so very unfair to Neanderthals.

7 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:31:13am

re: #4 Interesting Times

Mitt Romney’s Secret Weapon for the Right: Robert Bork

More details here (Google books link)

Yeah his legal adviser is a man who the US Senate thought was too nuts for the USSC. And it needs to be said plenty of Republicans in the Senate agreed.

8 Sheila Broflovski  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:32:15am

It came to pass in the days when the Judges were judging, that everyone did what was right in their own eyes.

9 allegro  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:32:15am

re: #7 HappyWarrior

Yeah his legal adviser is a man who the US Senate thought was too nuts for the USSC. And it needs to be said plenty of Republicans in the Senate agreed.

That was before the Republican party lost its collective mind. I think he would be pushed through as a hero today.

10 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:34:04am

re: #9 allegro

That was before the Republican party lost its collective mind. I think he would be pushed through as a hero today.

Yeah and he'd be a "model justice." Funny how Bork is Romney's legal guy and the right are the ones thrown judicial activist labels around.

11 Targetpractice  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:34:35am

Yessir, a chicken in every pot and a preacher on the SCOTUS bench!

/

12 AK-47%  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:34:37am

Bork: the sound of a fart bubble rising out of your bathwater

Romney will have to go very, very far to appease the religious right. One can only hope that if he does get elected, that he will pull a Ronald Reagan and abandon them once he establishes himself.

But the Religious Right are still stinging from the way that Ronald Reagan (along with Nancy and her house astrologer) tossed them aside as soon as it was politically feasible, and they are not about to let it happen. They already have too many of their people in too many positions of power in government, education, public administration and business.

13 kirkspencer  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:37:54am

re: #12 Expand Your Ground

Bork: the sound of a fart bubble rising out of your bathwater

Romney will have to go very, very far to appease the religious right. One can only hope that if he does get elected, that he will pull a Ronald Reagan and abandon them once he establishes himself.

But the Religious Right are still stinging from the way that Ronald Reagan (along with Nancy and her house astrologer) tossed them aside as soon as it was politically feasible, and they are not about to let it happen. They already have too many of their people in too many positions of power in government, education, public administration and business.

Actually, he didn't toss them that far aside. He didn't follow all his promises, but he kept the majority; and a large number of the rest were cases of being stopped or limited by Congress.

I've said this several time, I'll say it again. Conventional wisdom is wrong. In general politicians try to fulfill their promises, in spirit if not in word.

For this reason I suggest the best way to know that Romney plans to do is to find all the things on which he has not reversed himself (in this campaign season).

14 dragonath  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:38:15am

Bork thinks women aren't real people and the president is a god. Gee Nixon really brought them.

(Hey, Gregory Peck!)

15 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:39:31am

re: #14 Rowrbazzle!

Bork thinks women aren't real people and the president is a god. Gee Nixon really brought them.

[Embedded content] (Hey, Gregory Peck!)

Gregory Peck, awesome actor and guy.

16 Killgore Trout  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:40:06am

Romney announces advisory team of 63 lawyers, co-chaired by Bork
63? Is it normal to have advisory teams that large? Are those paid advisers?

17 AK-47%  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:40:28am

re: #13 kirkspencer

Actually, he didn't toss them that far aside. He didn't follow all his promises, but he kept the majority; and a large number of the rest were cases of being stopped or limited by Congress.

I've said this several time, I'll say it again. Conventional wisdom is wrong. In general politicians try to fulfill their promises, in spirit if not in word.

For this reason I suggest the best way to know that Romney plans to do is to find all the things on which he has not reversed himself (in this campaign season).

He did not go after Roe vs, Wade or prayer in school, and the fact that Nancy planned his schedule with the help of her house astrologer (and did not even try to hide the fact) spoke volumes about his attitude toward the religious right.

18 Lidane  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:42:08am

re: #7 HappyWarrior

Yeah his legal adviser is a man who the US Senate thought was too nuts for the USSC. And it needs to be said plenty of Republicans in the Senate agreed.

It also needs to be said that they subsequently allowed a total incompetent like Clarence Thomas to sit on the Court.

Bork was too nuts for them, but they were okay with a man who has been a total waste of space. WTF.

19 Lidane  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:42:31am

re: #16 Killgore Trout

Romney announces advisory team of 63 lawyers, co-chaired by Bork
63? Is it normal to have advisory teams that large? Are those paid advisers?

It's amazing what a SuperPAC with unlimited funds can pay for.

20 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:43:20am

re: #18 Lidane

It also needs to be said that they subsequently allowed a total incompetent like Clarence Thomas to sit on the Court.

Bork was too nuts for them, but they were okay with a man who has been a total waste of space. WTF.

Yep. And to think he succeeded Marshall. Marshall was pissed when he found out Thomas was replacing him.

21 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:43:47am

re: #16 Killgore Trout

Romney announces advisory team of 63 lawyers, co-chaired by Bork
63? Is it normal to have advisory teams that large? Are those paid advisers?

Seems bigger than usual.

22 Lord Baron Viscount Duke Earl Count Planckton  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:44:00am

At last Mitt Romney's moderate side showing! ///

23 Lidane  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:44:15am

re: #20 HappyWarrior

Yep. And to think he succeeded Marshall. Marshall was pissed when he found out Thomas was replacing him.

I don't blame him. To go from a solid legal thinker like Marshall to a complete moron who can't even be bothered to ask questions like Thomas is an insult.

24 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:47:07am

re: #23 Lidane

I don't blame him. To go from a solid legal thinker like Marshall to a complete moron who can't even be bothered to ask questions like Thomas is an insult.

Which begs the question, how does H.W Bush go from picking Souter a smart and capable judge to Thomas.

25 Gus  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:47:20am

In addition to Bork.

Mary Ann Glendon

Glendon was selected by the University of Notre Dame as the 2009 recipient of the prestigious Laetare Medal but declined the award due to the university's controversial[6] decision to host Barack Obama as its commencement speaker and bestow upon him an honorary degree.[7] In light of Obama's strong pro-choice policies,[8] Glendon considered Notre Dame's decision to be in violation of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' 2004 pronouncement that Catholic institutions should not give "awards, honors, or platforms" to "those who act in defiance of [Catholic] fundamental moral principles."[9] Glendon also felt that the university was implicitly trying to use her acceptance speech to give the appearance of balance to the event and expressed concern about the "ripple effect" Notre Dame's disregard of the USCCB pronouncement is having on the nation's other Catholic schools.[9]

She later received an award from the National Right to Life Committee at its Pro-Life Awards Dinner in October.[10]

Glendon writes and serves on the advisory council for First Things, an ecumenical journal that encourages a religiously informed philosophy for the ordering of society.

26 Targetpractice  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:49:10am

re: #24 HappyWarrior

Which begs the question, how does H.W Bush go from picking Souter a smart and capable judge to Thomas.

Simple logic: Black judge who can provide a "reliable" conservative vote on the bench.

27 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:49:18am

re: #25 Gus

In addition to Bork.

Mary Ann Glendon

Moderate Mitt. Mrs. Glendon is the exact kind of self-righteous Catholic that explains why I have little to do with the church.

28 Gus  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:49:29am

re: #25 Gus

In addition to Bork.

Mary Ann Glendon

Another.

Richard E. Wiley

He represents a number of major communications-oriented organizations, including Verizon, AT&T, JP Morgan, Credit Suisse, Newspaper Association of America, Motorola, CBS, Belo, Gannett, Sirius/XM, Emmis, Gray Television, LG etc. Mr. Wiley also is a frequent author and lecturer on telecommunications and information law.

29 kirkspencer  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:50:39am

re: #17 Expand Your Ground

He did not go after Roe vs, Wade or prayer in school, and the fact that Nancy planned his schedule with the help of her house astrologer (and did not even try to hide the fact) spoke volumes about his attitude toward the religious right.

To repeat myself: he kept the majority of promises. And on many of his anti-choice actions he was blocked by Congress. Still, he managed to impose the global gag order on family planning. He wanted Bork, Rehnquist was expected to be a conservative opposed to abortion (among other things), Scalia is his appointment. Yes, he brought in Kennedy, but it was on the heels of losing both on Bork and on Ginsburg (Douglas).

30 Gus  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:52:01am

re: #27 HappyWarrior

Moderate Mitt. Mrs. Glendon is the exact kind of self-righteous Catholic that explains why I have little to do with the church.

Theocons and corporations. Mitt Romney, like Bush only further to the right. With revisions. America already made the mistake of electing Bush for 8 long years. We don't need to repeat this same mistake again.

The committee, which will also provide legal counsel to Romney’s campaign, also includes other prominent figures, including former Homeland Security secretary Michael Chertoff, former chancellor to the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware William Allen and former Texas Supreme Court chief justice Thomas Phillips.

31 dragonath  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:53:02am

re: #25 Gus

Glendon writes and serves on the advisory council for First Things, an ecumenical journal that encourages a religiously informed philosophy for the ordering of society.

Damn that sounds creepy.

32 iossarian  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:53:21am

re: #28 Gus

Another.

Richard E. Wiley

So. Conservative Catholics. Far-right lawyers too nutty even for some Republicans. The usual representatives of corporate power.

But he's just like Obama! Really! And if Condi joins the ticket, we've got a winner! Even though I most likely won't vote for him!

33 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:54:56am

Yeah I am not too impressed with Team Romney's legal team. His immigration adviser is bad enough. And if I see Bolton's name on the foreign policy team.............

34 AK-47%  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:55:31am

re: #29 kirkspencer

To repeat myself: he kept the majority of promises. And on many of his anti-choice actions he was blocked by Congress. Still, he managed to impose the global gag order on family planning. He wanted Bork, Rehnquist was expected to be a conservative opposed to abortion (among other things), Scalia is his appointment. Yes, he brought in Kennedy, but it was on the heels of losing both on Bork and on Ginsburg (Douglas).

He did keep a lot of promises but the Religious Right still felt betrayed that he made such a low priority of what were their key issues.

35 Gus  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:55:44am

Howard C. Nielson Jr. -- lawyer for the defense of Prop. 8.

36 Lidane  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:56:01am

re: #26 Targetpractice

Simple logic: Black judge who can provide a "reliable" conservative vote on the bench.

Even simpler logic: Black judge who can act as a counterpoint to that evil librul Marshall. That's all Bush I and the GOP were thinking about.

Never mind that Marhsall had a hell of a legal career to live up to, they went with a nutjob who can't even ask questions when he's on the bench.

37 Targetpractice  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:57:54am

re: #36 Lidane

Even simpler logic: Black judge who can act as a counterpoint to that evil librul Marshall. That's all Bush I and the GOP were thinking about.

Never mind that Marhsall had a hell of a legal career to live up to, they went with a nutjob who can't even ask questions when he's on the bench.

He's not there to ask questions, he's there to do their bidding. If they wanted somebody who could ask questions, Thomas would have been at the bottom of the candidate list.

38 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:58:03am

re: #35 Gus

Howard C. Nielson Jr. -- lawyer for the defense of Prop. 8.

Sheesh.

39 Feline Emperor of the Conservative Waste  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 11:59:49am

re: #16 Killgore Trout

Romney announces advisory team of 63 lawyers, co-chaired by Bork
63? Is it normal to have advisory teams that large? Are those paid advisers?

It's Occupy: Supreme Court. Didn't you get the flyer?!?
//

40 iossarian  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:01:11pm

MODERATES!

41 Lidane  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:03:57pm

re: #35 Gus

Howard C. Nielson Jr. -- lawyer for the defense of Prop. 8.

Because really, who better to offer legal advice than a guy who thinks that civil rights should be up for popular vote?

42 Gus  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:04:10pm

re: #38 HappyWarrior

Sheesh.

A lot of big business lawyers.

43 dragonath  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:04:51pm

The amazing thing, is that Clarence Thomas is about the same age as Alito. He wasn't even a judge for that long before his appointment, either.

I think, Scalia is just as bad as Bork would have been. And even though Rehnquist is gone, his legacy lives on in Roberts.

44 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:06:25pm

re: #42 Gus

A lot of big business lawyers.

That doesn't shock me.

45 Targetpractice  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:07:42pm

re: #41 Lidane

Because really, who better to offer legal advice than a guy who thinks that civil rights should be up for popular vote?

Consider this is a political party that thinks your citizenship is dependent on the womb you come out of and that items like Voting Rights Act should have been allowed to expire because they've conned themselves into believing that racism is dead in the South.

46 Lidane  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:08:39pm

re: #43 Rowrbazzle!

Unlike Thomas, though, Scalia has his moments. Yeah, he's a wingnut, but he can write a hell of a legal draft and he shows that he can take the matter before him seriously. Thomas, OTOH, seems to be on another planet most of the time.

47 Gus  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:09:14pm

re: #44 HappyWarrior

That doesn't shock me.

Just a further advancement in the creation of a corporate state. A government of the corporations and for the corporations... Where corporate needs outweigh those of its citizens and individuals. "Corporations are people" after all.

48 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:09:30pm

I think Scalia > Bork too. Imaging them both on the court makes my head hurt.

49 kirkspencer  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:10:00pm

re: #39 Feline Emperor of the Conservative Waste

It's Occupy: Supreme Court. Didn't you get the flyer?!?
//

heh.

More seriously, I don't know if they've been THAT big in the past, but advisory teams tend to be very large (and split between paid and unpaid). I know Obama's foreign affairs team in 2008 was over 250 people and there were something like 120 on the economic advisory team. I couldn't find his, but McCain had around 45 on his legal advisory team, and Guiliani's was over 50.

So while 63 is large, I'm not sure it should be considered staggeringly large.

50 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:11:50pm

One thing is for sure, as smart as Scalia is, I think originalism is a cop out.

51 dragonath  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:12:24pm

Hehe, I just found out that Thomas makes his law clerks watch "The Fountainhead".

re: #46 Lidane

Yeah, I can agree with that. Really, I think Roberts is an improvement as Chief Justice than his predecessor too. Rehnquist was, quite literally, the John Yoo of his day.

52 HappyWarrior  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:13:11pm

re: #51 Rowrbazzle!

Hehe, I just found out that Thomas makes his law clerks watch "The Fountainhead".

Yeah, I can agree with that. Really, I think Roberts is an improvement as Chief Justice than his predecessor too. Rehnquist was, quite literally, the John Yoo of his day.

Awful, awful movie. I had to watch it in philosophy.

53 nines09  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:42:24pm

You get the feeling Mitt really doesn't have any scruples nor anything even remotely resembling a soul. He's the hack who is up for sale to the highest bidder.

54 funky chicken  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 1:01:58pm

re: #16 Killgore Trout

Romney announces advisory team of 63 lawyers, co-chaired by Bork
63? Is it normal to have advisory teams that large? Are those paid advisers?

That doesn't sound like fiscal discipline to me.

55 wrenchwench  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 2:09:24pm

Oops, this is the unreloaded thread.

56 Ming  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 5:08:01pm

This enables Romney to have it both ways. He communicates to social conservatives that he will appoint far-right justices. At the same time, all he has to do is NOT espouse the very convictions that these future justices will hold, and he appeals to moderates and independents.

So, for example, Romney does NOT have to say out loud, or acknowledge in any way, that he wants to outlaw all abortion. He only has to promise to appoint very conservative justices to the federal courts.

In only the past few days, Romney is retaining a prominent gay employee (which appeals to moderates) and promising to appoint justices who will (for example) discriminate blatantly against gays (which appeals to social conservatives).

Sorry to be pessimistic, but I think it would be a serious mistake to underestimate Romney's ability to appeal to BOTH social conservatives, and moderates / independents. We may see many similar masterstrokes like this in the future.

57 CriticalDragon1177  Tue, Apr 24, 2012 8:25:45pm

Charles Johnson

This is really scaring me. One of the biggest obstacles standing in the way of the far right's agenda is the courts and if they're able to control that, they maybe able to ride rough shot over the constitution. One more reason to vote for Obama.


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