by Dick Hall-Sizemore
For those on this blog who advocate the election of judges in Virginia, The Washington Post today has an article that should give you second thoughts. Courts cannot be isolated completely from partisanship, but it should be distressing for anyone, regardless of one’s partisan leanings, that a state supreme court, such as the one in Wisconsin described in the article, should be so politicized. (Of course, the politicization has been there a long time. The recent election and Democratic takeover just emphasizes it.) Virginians should be grateful to have a judicial system that is shielded to a great extent from overt partisanship.