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

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

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
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