Habitualmente não costumo repetir temas, mas abro uma excepção para este caso, dada a enorme quantidade de informação que achei interessante. Eis alguns excertos de artigos que recolhi:
A opinião dos americanos, quanto à nomeação:
A 37 percent plurality of Americans say they would vote to confirm Miers to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, 32 percent say they would vote against her and 31 percent are unsure. For comparison, in polling conducted the week after Roberts' nomination, 51 percent said they would vote for him and 19 percent against (30 percent unsure).
Existem também aqueles que estão a retirar benefícios de uma nomeação, que ainda não está aprovada...
Five current justices are graduates of Harvard Law School, a sixth attended there before graduating from Columbia Law School. The others are alums of the law schools at Yale, Northwestern and Stanford.
Now comes nominee Harriet Miers, holder of undergraduate and law degrees from Southern Methodist University, a fine Dallas institution generally ranked somewhere beneath the Ivys and Stanfords and Northwesterns.
At SMU, they couldn't be prouder.