As to [...] “stealth candidate” allegations, to the extent that Republican nominees have ever been accused of soft-pedaling their personal ideological preferences in the past, there’s a strong argument that doing so is, in fact, a rational response to Democrats who refuse to extend to Republican nominees the same courtesy that Republicans show Democratic ideologues like former ACLU counsel Ruth Bader Ginsburg and former Kennedy staffer Stephen Breyer. When the Democrats can treat, say, the former counsel of National Right to Life and a former Jesse Helms staffer with fairness and respect, then Professor Gordon can start complaining about “stealth” judges. Based on the behavior displayed at today’s opening statements, that day will be a long time in coming.
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