WASHINGTON - Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers pledged unflagging opposition to abortion as a candidate for the Dallas City Council in 1989, according to documents released Tuesday. She backed a constitutional amendment to ban the procedure in most cases and promised to appear at "pro-life rallies and special events."The woman that President Bush wants to replace key swing voter, Sandra Day O'Conner, with, isn't such a key swing voter. That's not much of a surprise. It's a good game plan. I don't like it but I respect it. It's kind of like when I got cut from the little league all star team so that a triple A pitcher could play. The only real difference is that little league all star games do not determine if abortions are allowed in this country. I'm sure some of you like that President Bush is stacking the abortion chips toward the anti way and as such, you're happy. That's good, I guess. If I was president everybody would be happy with my Supreme Court decisions. Who doesn't want to have George Clinton's Parliament Funkadelic running shit? Bootsy Collins is a big time swing voter and he plays a wicked funk bass line.