“….Elena Kagan was right when she said back in the 1990s that the confirmation process is a joke. The Supreme Court is too important to give these nominees a pass, and to confirm them before we know more about their respective legal philosophies. That said, despite the fact that I know very little about Elena Kagan’s approach to constitutional jurisprudence, and she isn’t likely to be reveal much if any of it in her confirmation hearings . . . . she should be confirmed.”
Seriously, is it me or do the last three words of Marcus’ column basically cut against everything else she wrote?