posted May 12, 2003 at 7:46 p.m. MDT
"Mr. Holmes has a problem with women. He doesn't see them as equals. ''The wife is to subordinate herself to her husband,'' he has written. The woman, in Mr. Holmes's view, ''is to place herself under the authority of the man.''
Those who adopt the ''feminist principle'' of the equality of the sexes, he has said, ''are contributing to the culture of death.''
Mr. Holmes, a lawyer, is an absolute opponent of abortion, even in cases of rape. He once said that ''conception from rape occurs with approximately the same frequency as snowfall in Miami.''"
One man's opinion, right? Wrong!
The opinion of a man Dubya thinks should be a federal court judge ... and you can imagine where things trend from there: Judges Beyond the Pale