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Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Alito's "Strip Search" Decision?

Power Line discusses some of the details in Alito's quickly becoming infamous decision on the strip search case. Interesting stuff.


Blogger Ghost Dansing said...

In 2000, Judge Alito said Washington could not compel state governments to abide by the Family and Medical Leave Act, a position repudiated by the Supreme Court in a decision written by Justice William Rehnquist.

Oh.. Family First Judge Alito!

Screwing the little guy; it's a corporatist Republican political philosophy that Alito shares.

11/01/2005 05:40:00 PM  
Blogger Dave Justus said...

A few posts down is a link to Ann Althouse's comments on that case. You commented in the post that linked to her explanation of it, but obviously did not read her post.

I think you would be well served by learning what Alito actually said, why he said it, and what the scope of the decision he made was actually about. Or of course you could just read the democratic talking points and remain uneducated.

11/01/2005 10:50:00 PM  

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