Monday, January 09, 2006

Alito: Day One: Culture War:














The Neocon believes that Judge Samuel Alito hit a home run in his opening remarks. The most interesting and telling moment came when Alito referred to his middle-class upbringing with "wonderful memories" of loving parents and baseball games and great friends from the neighborhood. A real Norman Rockwell Americana. Alito then changed tones and described how he entered Princeton University in the late 1960's which seemed like "another world," where he witnessed "privileged youth acting irresponsibly". Wow! A real moment of clarity. One could sense the chilling discomfort of Democrats who still tend to glorify the sixties, and many have modeled their entire value-system on that turbulent decade. Alito’s words were a real arrow to the heart of liberalism.

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