Did he then lie under oath last fall during his
I long ago made up my mind on these questions and I expect you, whether you're liberal or conservative, did as well.
If anything, the new allegation against Kavanaugh, rolled out in a curious fashion by The New York Times over the weekend, reinforced the conclusion you came to nearly a year ago about Kavanaugh's character and honesty.
And, again, no matter where you come down here, you probably agree with me that it's a pointless waste of energy now to relitigate the matter or consider new testimony seeing as there's close to no chance that he'll be forced off the bench.
One more point of presumed bipartisan consensus:
In their focus on issues -- health care, the environment, immigration, gun control, poverty, civil rights -- the
Consider what happened in 2016. Justice
Don't think for a moment that McConnell was acting on principle. On
Democratic candidates and officeholders ought to have banged their shoes on the table about this brazen violation of norms all year. Instead, presidential nominee
Democratic voters ought to have been galvanized and outraged, on fire to get to the polls to make sure Trump and the
Republican voters, in contrast, kept their eye on the
Respect. The Republican voters' resolve revealed a canny understanding that many of the planks in any party's platform might as well be made of the flimsiest balsa wood if the courts don't like them, particularly when
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