Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Senate confirms Alito to the Supreme Court

Well, here's a milestone in the steady erosion of the America we all grew up with...

Oh, also, please note the obvious bias in the bolded section. Nice, CNN, real nice.

Senate confirms Alito to the Supreme Court

Tuesday, January 31, 2006; Posted: 11:24 a.m. EST (16:24 GMT)

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Senate confirmed Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court on Tuesday by a vote of 58-42, a day after an attempt by some Democratic senators to block his nomination fizzled.

Alito, who will be the court's 110th justice, will be sworn into office across the street from the Capitol at the Supreme Court, just hours before President Bush's State of the Union address. He will then join Chief Justice John Roberts in the House chamber for Tuesday night's speech. Judge Alito will be ceremonially sworn into office Wednesday in the East Room of the White House.

Alito watched the Senate vote from the Roosevelt Room of the White House with President Bush and his wife, Martha-Ann Bomgardner.

Alito's supporters in the Senate, as expected, cleared the final roadblock Monday when senators, by a vote of 72-25, decided to cut off debate and proceed to a final vote, rebuffing an attempt by a cadre of liberal senators to talk the nomination to death.

Posted by crimnos @ 11:39 AM

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Damn, CNN just can't hide their liberal bias can they!!!

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