Monday, July 12, 2010

Hatch on Kagan [Jay Watts]

Here is a link to Orrin Hatch's case against Elena Kagan as a Supreme Court Justice. It is fascinating that a woman capable of being so passionately and professionally outspoken in defense of the law as a means to accomplish social goals, the merits of partial birth abortion, and the grave immorality of the military not allowing admitted homosexuals to serve could suddenly become so reserved in confirmation that she could not muster up an opinion on the wildly controversial Declaration of Independence.

Hatch's argument is summed up in one provocative question: Does this woman, however intelligent and professionally accomplished, represent an appropriate candidate for a judicial position to the highest court in the land?

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