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CAPT Gary Foster
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Sure. Somebody who lights up the White House in rainbow colors should go in as Chief Justice who can separate personal opinion versus the Constitution. Very bad idea.
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SN Greg Wright
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SGT (Join to see) ARGH, Keith! You infected my eyes with the Huffington Post! This makes me want to crack Army jokes! :)
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SGT Infantryman (Airborne)
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SN Greg Wright, I didn't know Army jokes has cracks.
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SPC Andrew Griffin
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LOL! Is this even possible?
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SPC Andrew Griffin
SPC Andrew Griffin
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PO1 (Join to see) - WAS HE A GOOD ONE?
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SPC Andrew Griffin - I am sure someone better versed can answer the question. He was the Chief Justice of the court. He sort of started the whole legal precedence for segregation in schools with Lum v. Rice and police being able to search based on probable cause. Also, he was part of the Insular Cases which resulted in U.S. citizens, who are inhabitants of U.S. territories (like Puerto Rico), not being able to enjoy their full Constitutional rights.
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1LT Aaron Barr
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If he's not in office then yes, he could be nominated. Taft was appointed to the Supreme Court following his Presidency. That said, he'd never be approved.
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SPC Andrew Griffin
SPC Andrew Griffin
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1LT Aaron Barr - I don't think he would even want it!
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