The curiously swift confirmation process of Brett Kavanaugh

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Emails with Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh discussing racial profiling have been marked committee confidential. They have no personal information & pose no national security threat— why can't the American public see these documents? pic.twitter.com/FIZIKxu…

 

What can  they be hiding about  Kavanaugh?

And why is he often not forthright?

Since he'll be there for years ruling what is the law,

Why vet him in less than a fortnight?

 

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  • Because they know they will lose the majority Nov 8.

    Some commentators say that this isn't about Kavanaugh as who is obstructionist vs. who is a tool of the Heritage Foundation in the Nov. 8 election.

  • Morning news says Booker, after being threatened, was allowed to release them, and they dealt with, inter alia, allowing racial profiling. Can't let the nwords learn about that. Would hinder the orange rectum in his goal of getting 95% of their vote.

  • In reply to jack:

    How about McCain's top aide running as a Democrat? His spoke at McCain's memorial and I was very impressed with his eloquent and moving words.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    I hadn't heard it until you mentioned it, but it seems like the only way a Republican can run there is to be Sheriff Joe. Based on Arizona election law, he can't run for McCain's seat until 2020.

    At least he isn't like Mitt,who said he was running against Trump until he found out he couldn't in Utah.

  • Just because the court needs to start work on the first Monday in October, which is Oct. 1 this year if my calendar's right, doesn't mean they need to rush through this process. The idea that they are rushing is curious indeed (in our old friend Arthur's sense of the word, odd).

  • In reply to Margaret H. Laing:

    As I indicated, the real deadline is Nov. 8.

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