Sunday, July 19, 2009

New Polls

Who should be our next judge?
Jerald Bagley
Bob Scola
Kathy Williams
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Who should be our next U.S. Attorney?
David Buckner
Willy Ferrer
Daryl Trawick
pollcode.com free polls

9 comments:

Rumpole said...

shouldn't the question read
"who should be chosen as our next federal judge"?

also- there is a qualitative difference between asking who "should" be chosen and who "will" be chosen.

It's clear I "should" be chosen for either or both. But I won't.

David Oscar Markus said...

I think everyone understands the question Rumpy. And yes, I asked "should" as opposed to "will" because I want to know who people think is the best candidate, not who the senators will pick. We will get that poll up next.

Rumpole said...

picky picky picky

Anonymous said...

That's right, Rump. And when you write "But I won't", do you mean that you won't accept the position if offered or that you won't be chosen? Remember, only I am the language master. See my comment to the second post from July 15 under the heading "JNC interviews & Guest Blogging" at 12:10 P.M. Once again, Strunk and White who?

Anonymous said...

Someone needs to tell the language master that punctuation marks go inside of quotation marks when they immediately follow a quote. This is true even when the punctuation was not part of the original quote.

Anonymous said...

Why are some comments not published. This blog sucks.

Rumpole said...

Why are some comments not published? This blog rules!

I once successfully represented Strunk and White in County Court for splitting an infinitive without a license.

Julie said...

This is true even when the punctuation was not part of the original quote.
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Anonymous said...

I said I was the language master, not the punctuation master.