Monday, October 31, 2005

Wrong, wrong, wrong

This is the lead paragraph of an MSNBC story.
WASHINGTON - It may be symbolic of the Senate confirmation battle ahead that federal appeals court Judge Samuel Alito's views on abortion were rejected by the woman he would replace on the Supreme Court, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.
Judge Alito did not provide his "views on abortion" in that case. He provided his views as to whether a particular restriction was constitutional under existing Supreme Court precedent. How hard is that to understand?

There is going to be plenty to debate. Let's make sure we are debating the real issues.

UPDATE: More of the same debunked here.