Unformatted text preview: at all levels. The article discusses pros and cons of having someone appointed to the Supreme Court whose position on several major is unclear. Likewise, we don’t want judges who are so set on the social issues we as a nation deal with that s/he cannot or will not be impartial. Complete objectivity and impartiality are not possible, but the ability to keep an open mind is crucial. One does not want judges who are easily swayed by the politics that surround many cases, and this is usually a major factor in cases before the Supreme Court. The concern with Kagan is that she will simply support the president’s political agenda and not judge according to the cases before the court....
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- Summer '10
- Supreme Court of the United States, President of the United States, Washington, D.C.