From: "Chairman Ken Mehlman"
Sent: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 17:27:44 -0500
Subject: Confirm Judge Alito
Today, President Bush announced his nomination of Judge Samuel A. Alito Jr. to serve as the next Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Judge Alito is an exceptionally well-qualified nominee who has served for 15 years on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and before that as a U.S. Attorney in New Jersey. Law journals have hailed Judge Alito as "one of our profession's best" and The Almanac of the Federal Judiciary calls him "brilliant" with an "excellent demeanor." By nominating Judge Alito, President Bush continues to fulfill his commitment to appoint qualified judges whowill not legislate from the bench.
Senate Democrats are already on the attack, and they will hold nothing back in obstructing this highly qualified nominee. Don't let the spin from media pundits or attacks from Democrats distort Judge Alito's distinguished record as a judge, former federal prosecutor and public servant. The best antidote to their spin is your voice. Here's what you can do right now to ensure a timely confirmation:
1. Sign our petition (http://www.gop.com/getactive/) in support of Judge Alito - and forward the petition to your friends.
2. Call your Senators (http://www.gop.com/getactive/). Tell them Judge Alito has your support and deserves theirs.
3. Call talk radio (http://www.gop.com/getactive/), write a letter to the editor of your local paper (http://www.gop.com/getactive/) and tell your friends and neighbors why you support the President's choice.
Learn more about Judge Alito's record at http://www.gop.com/issue/nominations/.
Judge Alito is a fair-minded jurist with an impeccable track record of interpreting the law, not making it.
What you do right now will greatly influence the outcome of this nomination, the future of the Supreme Court, and the direction of our country. Sign the petition to confirm Judge Alito. Contact your Senators. Call talk radio. Letyour voice be heard in support of President Bush's choice.
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