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Ralph Neas: Cracking the Alito Codebook

Ralph Neas: Cracking the Alito Codebook

FOCUS | Ralph Neas: Cracking the Alito Codebook
Ralph Neas points out that consideration of a Supreme Court nomination is one of the most important and far-reaching duties of the Senate. The focus must be not on spin generated by Alito's right-wing supporters, but on the substance of the nominee's views and credibility, especially in filling the vacancy created by the resignation of mainstream conservative Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.

VIDEO SPECIAL | Howard Dean: Democrats Took No Money from Abramoff
On CNN's Late Edition, Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean responded to Wolf Blitzer's attempts to include Democrats in the Abramoff scandal. Dean pointed out that, according to the FEC, no Democrats took money from Abramoff. Dean argued that money from Indian tribes that were clients of Abramoff is not money from Abramoff. Dean went on to say, "Republicans would like us to believe that Democrats are involved ... they're scared and they should be."

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