Friday, December 23, 2005

Wire-Hanger Sammy

Alito explicit stated he wanted to overturn Roe v. Wade in 1985.

In a recommendation to the solicitor general on filing a friend-of-court brief, Alito said that the government "should make clear that we disagree with Roe v. Wade and would welcome the opportunity to brief the issue of whether, and if so to what extent, that decision should be overruled."

The June 3, 1985 document was one of 45 released by the National Archives on Friday. A total of 744 pages were made public...

...Charles Fried, a Reagan administration solicitor-general, two decades ago noted the implications of the memo in his introduction, "I need hardly say how sensitive this material is, and ask that it have no wider circulation."

I think its time for a filibuster, buster.

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