10 thoughts on “A good thing that they found someone suitable for the dignity of the office.

  1. That “has never tried a case” description struck me as a suspiciously specific criticism. From the wikipedia page it does look like he has had a number of law-related jobs, although I don’t know how his qualifications stack up to a typical judicial nominee.
    en.wikipedia.org – Brett Joseph Talley – Wikipedia

    A potentially amusing point for anyone who thinks this nomination qualifies as some sort of cosmic horror: “in 2011, Talley’s Lovecraftian horror novel That Which Should Not Be was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award.”

  2. en.wikipedia.org – Brett Joseph Talley – Wikipedia A potentially amusing point for anyone who thinks this nomination qualifies as some sort of cosmic horror: “in 2011, Talley’s Lovecraftian horror novel That Which Should Not Be was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award.”]]>

  3. Jesus! He’s only practiced for three years! I practiced for six before switching careers. No way he should be a judge. No way. Sure, he clerked for some judges and his Harvard degree is impressive. Doesn’t mean he has the required experience to know what he’s doing in real-world situations or the empathy to understand things from the client’s POV.