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July 06, 2005

Bush asks Conservative groups to tone down criticism of Gonzalez

From LifeNews:

President Bush on Monday encouraged groups who have launched attacks already in the first round of the battle over a new Supreme Court justice to tone down their rhetoric. He also defended Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, whom pro-life advocates worry may be selected to replace outgoing pro-abortion Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.

In an interview with USA Today, Bush called on organizations that are already running television ads about a forthcoming pick for the high court to not be so polemic.

"I would hope that the groups involved in this process -- the special-interest groups -- will help tone down the heated rhetoric and focus on the nominee's credentials and philosophy," he said.

Hmm. Is he really wanting us to tone it down, or is this still part of the game where we fool the stupid Liberals into thinking Gonzalez is a closet pro-abort?

Meanwhile...

MoveOn, the liberal grassroots political group that backs abortion, is already running a $250,000 television commercial in a handful of states and using the case of Terri Schiavo to prod Bush into picking a less conservative nominee.

Yeah, like that'll really scare people. “Don't let Bush rob us of our right to torture to death relatives we find inconvenient!!!”

Coverage: Outside the Beltway. Michelle Malkin, GOP Bloggers

Posted by Danny Carlton at July 6, 2005 07:40 AM

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