I'd like to declare my endorsement for John Roberts. His credentials are impeccable. The Washington Post has his profile neatly compiled for your viewing pleasure, so I won't go into details about his impressive history.
I liked the way he held his own during the confirmation hearing and handled some heated questioning from Democrat senators Ted Kennedy and Joe Biden. He successfully upheld his judicial impartiality, as the following transcript demonstrates (pardon the length):
The NY Times wrote an editorial yesterday urging senators to vote against confirming Roberts while the Washington Post's editorial called Roberts "overwhelmingly qualified." The Post goes further to say that the only problem with Roberts is that he sets the standard for future nominees too high. I agree.
I think we need a conservative voice in the Supreme Court to address the latest federal district court ruling that the Pledge of Allegiance is unconstitutional because of the "Under God" phrase. Let's celebrate our similarities for once -- We are all Americans. We ought to be able to pay tribute to our country, without having to deny its Christian roots. Go get 'em John!