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Require two-thirds vote on Supreme-Court Justices

Require that Supreme-Court Justices, including the Chief Justice be confirmed by a two-thirds vote of the Senate, not a simple majority.

Of the current Supreme-Court justices, three failed to get a two-thirds confirmation vote. Shown with the votes, and the appointing President, they are:

Clarence Thomas 52–48 George H. W. Bush
Samuel Alito 58–42 George W. Bush
Elena Kagan 63–37 Barack Obama

DrZev, 06.03.2012, 02:37
Idea status: under consideration

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