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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Edward M. Chen
Suddenly, on the subject of judicial nominations, Democrats are crying so many crocodile tears that they sound like an Elton John song. In comparison to Democrats' abuse of George W. Bush's judicial nominees, Republican senators have barely touched President Obama's selections.
President Obama sent another reminder on Monday about the importance of this fall's Senate races by resubmitting five judicial nominations so extreme as to be alien to the American experience.