Friday, July 22, 2005

What’s Really Facing U.S. Justice Nominee John Roberts?

SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominee John Roberts is facing a full investigation into his past led by the senate, but there are already clues by what’s facing back.

San Francisco-based face reader Bill Cordingley says he summed up Roberts’ personality in 10 seconds looking at his facial features.

Cordingley says Roberts’ high forehead indicates someone with a “brilliant mind” who is a “keen analyst.”

Meanwhile, Roberts’ non-rounded eyes show he’s compassionate, while the tight skin of his upper eye lids shows he keeps his cool.

All this adds up to a man who doesn’t like change which Cordingley figures will appeal to conservatives.

But he also thinks liberals will give Roberts face time because his face implies someone willing to be a “swing vote” like retiring Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.

How would Roberts and Chief Justice William Rehnquist get along when they’re face-to-face? Cordingley says, “Anyone with a wide forehead like Roberts will be a take- charge guy, but they’ll be mutually respectful of each other.”

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