Monday, March 5, 2012

Cebull #1, Hillman #195 (Bush Appointments)

The President of the United States will have to speak for himself, but from my own personal experience, I can say a few things about George W. Bush's one hundred and ninety fifth appointment to  a United States District Court.

Before I proceed one step further let me explain to those that may not be familiar with the way "that I do."   I present the facts, then let you be the judge.  That said, and depending upon ones credibility rating of, lets get the facts first, then we all can come to our own reasonable conclusions. Fair? has a "List of Federal Judges Appointed by George W.Bush," which contains the 261 appointment of the U.S. president.  On May 17, 2001, President George W. Bush's first nomination to a United States District Court was Richard F. Cebull.   As we know from the recent controversy this judge was nominated to the U.S. District Court of Montana.  He (Cebull) was confirmed by a vote of 93-0, and began said appointment to the Court on July 25, 2001.
 So with his very first nomination it is apparent that George W. Bush appointed a Judge to the U.S. District of Montana that would be caught releasing a purported joke about our president of these United States of America. I am not attempting to fan this fire by broaching this subject, but I am compelled to address the issue due to the correlation between appointment #1 (Cebull) and appointment #195, Noel L. Hillman.

One of the articles that reported Cebull's conduct is entitled "JokingJudge a Disgrace to the Bench."  This article reports the events and repeats the so-called joke that was broadcasted by this U.S. District Judge.  Question, would it be considered a "witch hunt" if we were to inquire as to those that were the recipients of this purported email joke?  Let me interject that this probably wont' happen fore to do that may just reveal the members of this judges "good ole boy's and girl's network."

Most will tell you that my opinion does not matter, but here's what I see happening.  This country is not loosing respect of our U.S. President's, no we are  just going through a phase where there is a lack of respect for the one in office now.

If I continued along the above lines I would sway from my intended topic, but by pointing out the above I want you to see the need for President Obama to stand up for himself, or this continual disrespect will only escalate. Do you agree?

At the risk of becoming long winded, I will wrap this portion up by leaving you with this quote:

What a wee little part of a person’s life are his acts and his words!  His real life is led in his head, and is known to none but himself. –Mark Twain.

Does U.S. District Judge Richard F. Cebull give us insight into what goes on inside his head, and should we as members of the public be concerned that said goings-on may be biased and impartial?  I say yes and in the second portion of this posting I will show you why from my own experience with President G.W. Bush's 195th appointment to a U.S. District Court, none other that Judge Noel L. Hillman.

To be Continued…

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