I love Rachel Maddow, but she just completely wimped out by avoiding all the tough questions of O'Connor re Bush v. Gore. She could have asked:
1. Why did you vote with the rest of the Reagan/Bush appointees to stop the vote count in Fla. and appoint the son of the person who had appointed some of you in defiance of what a later count would show would have elected Gore?
2. Did you feel bad or guilty when you found out that you had stolen the election not just from Gore, but from the plurality of voters both in Fla. and throughout the U.S., thus essentially stealing our suffrage?
3. Did you fell bad when it turned out that the President you appointed not only ignored intelligence that resulted in 3,000 Americans being murdered on 9/11, but also then fabricated intelligence that resulted in over 4,000 more Americans being killed in Iraq? Do you and the other Justices who circumvented the electorate feel any guilt about this at all, or are you all just sociopaths?
4. Why did the Court decide to make the Bush v. Gore decision have no precedence value for any other case? Were you just embarrassed or were you trying to limit the damage to American democracy of your decision as much as possible?
You might have some other questions, but I am so angry at Rachel at the moment that I could spit. If that election-stealing woman wants to hawk copies of her book on TRMS, at least Rachel should make her pay the price!