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June 28, 2010

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grace erskine

If it mattered that a judge is protestant, from the mid-west or blonde they are not qualified.

Jack Johnson

I agree with Sen Feingold as to diversity which should also apply to the religious affilation of the judges. After all more people claim to be "protestant" than catholic yet all the judges are either catholic or jewish. Should'n some of the judges represent we protestants ?? See column of KATHLEEN PARKER at kathleenparker@
washpost.com

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