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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

POST-HASTE: Ted Kennedy just this week realized he's a member of an all-guy club. He plans to resign “as fast as I can.” He can use this week to send in his resignation, given that he and his colleagues have delayed a vote on Alioto. One wonders whether he'll dare refer yet again to much-ballyhooed Alito's Princeton association. Here's the clincher. Could Kennedy himself pass Judiciary Committee muster? “Probably not . . . probably not,” Kennedy said. Oh, Ted. Don't be so hard on yourself. Let's just go over the timeline again because I'm sure everything falls in place just as you said. How exactly did you spend the nine hours after driving off the bridge? Take all the time you need to answer, Senator.