► Who will President Romney nominate to the U.S. Supreme Court? Print E-mail

 Who will President Romney nominate to the U.S. Supreme Court?







     Monsignor Rick Santorum – Law Degree from Dickinson Law School (Catholic)


     Father Neal Boortz – Law Degree from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta (Episcopalian)


     Sister Laura Ingraham – Law Degree from Univ. of Virginia School of Law (Catholic)

  4. Rev. Pat Robertson – Law Degree from Yale University Law School (Baptist)


The present supreme court is made up of six (6) CatholicsAlito, Kennedy, Roberts, Scalia, Sotomayor and Thomas) and three (3) Jews (Stephen Breyer, Ruth Ginsburg and Elana Kagan). With six Catholics on the Court Monsignor Santorum and Sister Ingraham would likely face stiff opposition from Baptists, Lutherans, Episcopalians, Evangelicals, etc.



It would appear that if Mitt is truly concerned about a Supreme Court that is religiously balanced that he would nominate Rev. Pat Robertson or Father Neal Boortz.



My personal favorite for balancing the ideologic bent on the Court would be the Right Rev. Ann Coulter who is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School.






























It would be difficult to list each and every potential candidate that President Romney would likely consider as supremely qualified to sit on the United States Supreme Court. Unreliable sources indicate that the following persons are on Mitt's short-list as emminently qualified:

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