El polémico jurista Robert Bork, un combativo ideólogo conservador, convertido en héroe de la derecha americana desde que fue rechazado por el Senado en 1987 como aspirante seleccionado por el Presidente Reagan a una plaza para el Tribunal Supremo, ha anunciado este fin de semana su endorsement a la candidatura presidencial de Mitt Romney. Un importante tanto de Romney en la batalla por ganarse los corazones de los conservadores más activistas, pero también de los círculos intelectuales más ortodoxos de la derecha. Robert Bork endorses Romney
(...) Joining Romney for President, Judge Bork said, "Throughout my career, I have had the honor of serving under several Presidents and am proud to make today's endorsement. No other candidate will do more to advance the conservative judicial movement than Governor Mitt Romney. He knows firsthand how the judicial branch can profoundly affect the future course of a state and a nation. I greatly admired his leadership in Massachusetts in the way that he responded to the activist court's ruling legalizing same-sex 'marriage.' His leadership on the issue has served as a model to the nation on how to respect all of our citizens while respecting the rule of law at the same time."
Judge Bork continued, "Our next President may be called upon to make more than one Supreme Court nomination, and Governor Romney is committed to nominating judges who take their oath of office seriously and respect the rule of law in our nation. I also support Governor Romney because of his character, his integrity and his stands on the major issues facing the United States." (...)