Since NONE of these judges would be paid federal employee's you can run all the numbers you like and you would still be wrong.Originally posted by Zakath
In the 2000 Census, there were 105,480,101 households. (Average household size is 2.59 people. Lots of small households in the US.) Source
So "running the numbers" gives us 10,548,010 judges.
According to OPM, the latest public number (2003) for federal employees (excluding Dept. of Defense who wouldn't be impacted by Enyart's "plan") is about 3,366,578.
So much for cutting the federal staff...