“This could be a huge day in the evolution of Chief Justice Roberts as a great chief justice,” said Laurence H. Tribe, a liberal law professor from Harvard. Mr. Tribe, who taught Mr. Roberts, said he had not opposed his nomination because he believed Mr. Roberts was less of an ideologue than many had charged. “I have some sense of gratification,” he said.
You can't blame this one on me!
I miss Justice Harriet Miers.
— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) June 28, 2012
However, the replacement for Miers was Alito (not Roberts). D'Oh! Oh well, but it was funny.