Orrin Hatch is talking right now at the Alito hearings.
He's good. Two main points:
1) Known leftists like Ginsburg and Breyer got overwhelmingly approved because they were qualified. Why the double standard for conservatives?
2) The left wants to implement its agenda through activist judges, because it can't win via elected representatives.
I agree entirely with both.
Now Ted Kennedy is talking, and he's not bad either. He's talking about limits to executive power. Maybe Kennedy should have focused more on that earlier, and less on the Princeton capers.