Sotomayor–People and Places to Watch for Real Confirmation News

You might be a C-Span or CNN junkie, but if you are looking for some up close and personal takes on the Senate Judiciary Committee’s confirmation hearings on Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination to the Supreme Court, here are a couple of other ideas for you:

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One thought on “Sotomayor–People and Places to Watch for Real Confirmation News

  1. Comments on this post from Facebook:

    Bonnie McEwan at 3:46pm July 13
    We’ve got 60 votes right? Who cares what GOP says. Like they didn’t ram through Alito and Roberts.

    Jeff Friedman at 6:22pm July 13
    The Democrats just don’t get it. Every time a Republican President picks a Supreme Court justice, they go to the far right. When it’s time for a Democratic president to have his turn, he invariably picks a centrist like Judge Sotomayor. This in a nutshell is why we have such a right wing extremist court that issues monstrous decisions like the … Read MoreLily Ledbetter case. President Obama does us a major disfavor by nominating the “moderate to conservative” Judge Sotomayor. What we need is a liberal firebrand like Judge Diane Wood to bring the court back toward the center. Retiring Justice Souter is decidedly more liberal than Judge Sotomayor.

    Judith Steinhart at 1:49pm July 13
    Would they ever say to a man anything about having a meltdown????

    Kristina Wilfore at 12:00pm July 13
    what did you think of the WA Post piece? The way they talked about her mentors made me uncomfortable, oddly critical and overall felt sexist.

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