As the old saying goes, it takes two to tango. So, while he points his finger across the aisle, Delegate Saxman should gaze long and hard in the mirror. He is equally (if not more) guilty.
The problem is a system that actually encourages the blind partisanship and and bickering over what should be a nonpartisan appointment to an independent branch of government. It is a system that fosters gridlock leaving courts without judges, bottlenecks in court dockets, and justice denied.
Delegate Saxman, instead of getting your feathers up in political posturing, how about working to fix the problem?