Last login: Saturday, May 22, 2010
If I read Article III of my Constitution correctly, there is no mention of legal training as a qualification for sitting on the Court, nor for service on "inferior" courts, so Mr. Calderone is neither qualified nor unqualified with regard to his legal record. What does appear to raise a flag relative to his qualification, however, is his difficulty at making a cogent argument when he has to use American English sentences. I am also just a tad troubled that he does not know the singular of "criteria," nor that "data" is plural. He seems not to understand when evidence is correlative as opposed to causative. I do not question Mr. Calderone's qualification to judge; I do question his ability to think clearly and precisely.
May 22, 2010 at 2:13 p.m.
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