drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

Which Questions SHOULD Alito be allowed to discuss?

Given the tradition that Nominee's to the US Supreme Court should not have to answer specific questions with regards to matters that they have to rule on at the US Supreme Court, there is this, uh, problem. What questions Should Alito be allowed to discuss, given the bloating collection of Constitutional Questions that are enroute to the US Supreme Court from all over the map?

Would asking if Judge Alito Supports the US Constitution mean giving away his position with regards to such Constitutional Questions that are enroute to the US Supreme Court, and hence oblige him to recuse himself from such matters at Court?

After that question set, what are the other questions that would be worth discussing before the simple rubber stamp goes down?

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