Turley on Alito

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4 comments posted
this is so much better than

"live blogging."

I will be around for the next slobber fest of mock regret.

Oh, good.

dblhelix's picture
Posted by dblhelix (not verified) on 10 January 2006 - 4:51am
Bring out your teacups...

I have my teacup ready and waiting to crying into... yes I now can categorically state that it was "My Fault"...

I regretted it before... I fought against it... to regret

Parker's picture
Posted by Parker (not verified) on 10 January 2006 - 5:55am
LOL... well Turley

has an op/ed in USAToday, he sounds even more worried.

Despite my agreement with Alito on many issues, I believe that he would be a dangerous addition to the court in already dangerous times for our constitutional system.

Alito's cases reveal an almost reflexive vote in favor of government, a preference based not on some overriding principle but an overriding party.

In my years as an academic and a litigator, I have rarely seen the equal of Alito's bias in favor of the government. To put it bluntly, when it comes to reviewing government abuse, Samuel Alito is an empty robe.

Leahy is on to CAP questions now, and Alito is denying memory of the group... LOL. He lies, what a big shock...

I looked up a Yale law prof who will testify against Alito, Robert Gordon, he states that Alito will be one of the two most conservative judges on the court, he will stand iwth Thomas.

Marisacat's picture
Posted by Marisacat on 10 January 2006 - 9:39am
he has

I have rarely seen the equal of Alito's bias in favor of the government.

major issues from his days at princeton. His fellow students were "irresponsible"!

It's a sad day when the Senate has to ask a prospective Supreme Ct judge -- do you have a problem with women and minorities attending college?

dblhelix's picture
Posted by dblhelix (not verified) on 10 January 2006 - 11:02am