Slate's Dahlia Lithwick: Senate Too Soft on Court Nominees

Cry me a river. It appears that Slate's Dahlia Lithwick was driven to tears by the Supreme Court nomination hearings, according to Christina Bellantoni of the Washington Times:

"I covered those confirmation hearings. I went home at night in tears. It was awful." -- Dahlia Lithwick, Slate.com's Supreme Court reporter, talking at a Yearly Kos breakout session about the Senate's confirmation of Alito and Roberts and Democrats being too soft in their questioning.

(h/t CNSNews.com's Nathan Burchfiel)Oh, and on a related note, Time magazine is spending money to wine and dine the Kossacks.

Ken Shepherd
Ken Shepherd
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