Supreme Court Shortlist getting shorter

It was released today that President Barack Obama interviewed federal judge Diane Wood of for an upcoming opening on the Supreme Court. She is to have been the fourth candidate for the job known to have had face-to-face talks with the president. The others that have had the honor are Solicitor General Elena Kagan and federal appeals court judges Merrick Garland, who serves in the District of Columbia, and Sidney Thomas, who is based in Montana. Federal judge Diane Wood met with the president in the Oval Office and also interviewed separately with Vice President Joe Biden. It look like we are getting close and any day now, President Obama is expected to announce his choice to succeed Justice John Paul Stevens, who is retiring this summer. Federal judge Diane Wood has been considered a front-runner since Stevens announced last month that he would be stepping down. She interviewed with Obama last year when he was considering successors for Justice David Souter and was said to have impressed the president. We also want to make sure it is known she is from Chicago and this could be some insider politics or payback for gifts along the way. The good new is we have not heard the word Hilary Clinton for the job and that turns out to be a delusion cultivated by the pinheads over at Meet the Press, boy has that show jumped the shark.


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