Sandra Day O'Connor Regrets ‘Bush V. Gore’

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Former Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O’Connor said the court’s decision to hear the case of Bush v. Gore during the contested 2000 general election may have been a mistake and claimed it harmed the court’s reputation. What do you think?

  • “She should give herself a break. I mean, who hasn’t made a mistake when adjudicating a landmark case?”

    Brant Lowrie
    Poultry Debeaker
  • “Well, it’s a good thing we don’t let small groups of powerful people influence elections anymore.”

    Sophie Anson
    Unemployed
  • “Don’t worry about it.”

    Mike Starkey
    Landscape Drafter