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July 20, 2005

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You're right, of course. If Roberts would change Roe, it still moves us from 6-3 to 5-4. But it's the trend that worries people on the left. Why not fight as hard as you can now rather than waiting to fight during the next go-round? The bottom line is that Roe v. Wade is less secure with Roberts on the court, no? If that's the case, liberal groups and Democrats have nothing to lose by standing up now and saying that Roe is threatened.

talk about looking down the game tree. go theorist, it's your birthday!

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