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Should U.S. Senators give greater deference to presidential nominees to federal courts?

  • U.S. Senators give greater deference to presidential nominees

    U.S. Senators give greater deference to presidential nominees in federal courts. The reason for this
    is that Us senators have more pull over these people and what they say and do. So they should pay more closer attention to who they are electing so that they can continue to work towards creating a better country.

  • Yes they should

    Yes they should give great amount of deference to the presidential nominees to the Federal Courts. This is the highest court of the Country. They deserve much respect and a fair chance to why they are the best candidate for this position and make sure they will uphold the law the way it should be.

  • Yes They Should

    I believe US Senators should give greater deference to presidential nominees to federal courts. I believe Senator view their responsibility as a way to manipulate the system. This shouldn't be so. These nominees should get a green light if they are qualified. Only those that are not qualified for the position should be questioned.

  • Check and balance.

    No, U.S. Senators should not give greater deference to presidential nominees to federal courts, because it is important that the two branches of government check each other. Federal judges have tremendous influence. An executive is likely to make a political decision when choosing whom to appoint. We have to be able to review executive nominations.


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