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Sunday, January 15, 2006

DIFI FACES FACTS: Sen. Dianne Feinstein says she disagrees with Alito but "it doesn't mean he shouldn't be on the court." She offers this thought as if speaking from the highest pinnacle of statesmanship, where in fact she's simply confirming how the Senate has functioned since the Republic was founded. Meanwhile: In what passes for breaking news at the New York Times, Democrat senators have reached the startling conclusion that "President Bush is putting an enduring conservative ideological imprint on the nation's judiciary, and that they see little hope of holding off the tide without winning back control of the Senate or the White House." Who would have thought: The party that controls the White House and the Senate gets to shape the Supreme Court!