John Kerry: "It may turn out that he will be an outstanding chief justice but I can't say with confidence that I know on a sufficient number of constitutional issues how he will rule or what his position is. I still find that something essential is missing … a genuine exchange of information and exchange of ideas."
DFO: So, Liberal Senate Democrats, like Kerry and Kennedy, are suppose to know how a justice is going to vote on constitutional issues, before they vote to confirm? Mebbe they should read about the constitutional separation of powers before they start flapping their gums. Sheesh.