Ten Commandments Commission Praises the Nomination of Judge Alito to the Supreme Court
10-31-2005 -- WDC Media | Washington Watch
“I'm pleased to announce my nomination of Judge Samuel A. Alito, Jr., as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States,” the president announced this morning in the Cross Hall of the White House. “Judge Alito is one of the most accomplished and respected judges in America, and his long career in public service has given him an extraordinary breadth of experience.”
"I am pleased with President Bush's nomination of Judge Alito,” reports Ron Wexler, President and CEO of Florida-based Ten Commandments Commission. "Alito has all of the qualifications needed: intellect, knowledge and experience in constitutional law, integrity, and judicial temperament."
The Ten Commandments Commission was founded to help restore the Ten Commandments and Judeo-Christian values to their rightful place in society.
The focal point of this movement is the first annual Ten Commandments Day that will be held on Sunday May 7, 2006.
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