Elena Kagan may have to answer ten million questions at her confirmation hearings before the Senate votes on whether she should be a U.S. Supreme Court Justice. But we all knew, well before the first question was asked, how the vote would turn out. She’s going to be confirmed. Fair enough. Elections, as they say, have consequences.
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