Posted on June 21st, 2006 in Colorado Politics, General | Written by Ben | 3 Comments »
Once in awhile I read Rocky Mountain News editor Vince Carroll’s “On Point” column and just have to say “Ditto.” Today is such a day:
No one who runs for governor is unambitious, and everyone who runs is a risk-taker willing to throw the dice. But in Holtzman’s case, ambition and risk-taking seem to have been on steroids the past few months. They’ve propelled him into scorched-earth tactics that now conclude with a clever legal argument for why the high court should ignore the plain language of the law.
Ronald Reagan, Holtzman’s hero, believed “it was the role of the judge to interpret the law, not to pre-empt the rights of the people and their legislatures by making the law” (October 1987). Holtzman no doubt believed this, too – until ambition turned his head.
Ditto. Go ahead, and read it all.
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