"She kept a low profile here as she did up there" in Washington, said Bruce Buchanan, political science professor at the University of Texas in Austin. "People who look into her background find her to be self-effacing - no family, no private life to speak of."....Nice to think that he responded to Ginsburg. He listens to the women, don't you think?
Bush first met with Miers about the position on Sept. 21, the same day that Ginsburg told an audience in New York that she didn't like the idea of being the only woman on the Supreme Court. First lady Laura Bush wanted to see a woman nominated, too. Bush and Miers met three more times after that.
October 4, 2005
That's what George Bush and Harriet Miers were eating for dinner when he asked her to be his new nominee. Want more facts?