SEN. TED KENNEDY (D-MA):Cross posted at Florida Masochist and Don Surber.You Have Obviously Had A Very Distinguished Record, And I Certainly Commend You For Long Service In The Public Interest. I Think It Is A Very Commendable Career And I Am Sure You Will Have A Successful One As A Judge. (Sen. Ted Kennedy, Committee On The Judiciary, U.S. Senate, Hearing, 4/5/90)SEN. FRANK LAUTENBERG (D-NJ):I Believe Mr. Alito Has The Experience And The Skills To Be The Kind Of Judge The Public Deserves One Who Is Impartial, Thoughtful, And Fair. I Urge The Senate To Confirm His Nomination. (Sen. Frank Lautenberg, Congressional Record, 4/27/90, p. S5281)FORMER SEN. BILL BRADLEY (D-NJ):[T]he Confirmation Of Sam Alito As U.S. Attorney For New Jersey Is Testimony To The Commitment He Has Shown And The Success Of His Efforts As A Law Enforcement Official. I Am Confident That He Will Continue To Do All He Can To Uphold The Laws Of This Nation With The Kind Of Determination And Vigor That Has Been His Trademark In The Past. (Sen. Bill Bradley, Congressional Record, 12/8/87, p. S17427)
"Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! ... Moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!" - Barry Goldwater
Monday, October 31, 2005
RNC Comes Out Swinging
Patrick Ruffini has the RNC online and fighting back. Staff member Katie MacGuidwin sent out these testimonials on Judge Sam Alito from these Dems:
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Ted Kennedy on AlitoReplyDelete
This is a quote of Ted Kennedy regarding Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, spoken to Alito:
SEN. TED KENNEDY (D-MA):
?You Have Obviously Had A Very Distinguished Record, And I Certainly Commend You For Long Service In The Public Int...
I have a feeling that the tune will change with the SCOTUS hearings. I also have a feeling that the MSM won't be bringing these comments up.ReplyDelete
Greetings, loyal minions. Your Maximum Leader wanted to withhold voicing an opinion on Samuel Alito until he'd done a little background reading. He'd seen the name before on a whole bunch of "lists" of possible nominations to the Supreme Court....