Democrats are rightly taking a stand against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, holds John Cassidy of The New Yorker. Central is the fact that his views do not represent those of the American people. Most support abortion, collective bargaining and the ability to take corporations to court. The GOP has used flaws in the US democratic system to give a smaller share of the population a louder voice. From blocking Obama’s Supreme Court pick to electing a president that lost the popular vote, the wishes of most voters have been swept aside. Democrats are right to stand up for their supporters’ ideals.
Brett Kavanaugh is a good choice for the Supreme Court and has been demonized unfairly by some, suggests Ruben Navarrette Jr. of the San Francisco Chronicle. He has shown the character and solid ideals that this position requires. His strong family values, professional reputation as both an educator and past public servant are all positive traits. Especially his humility stands out as a much-needed quality in the Supreme Court. Democrats have unfairly targeted Kavanaugh for partisan reasons, ignoring the fact that he is well-suited for this position. When examined without bias, it is clear that he is a highly qualified candidate.