As we wait to see how the vote goes, I’ll leave you with this.

By the way, Kavanaugh must have been pretty desperate to have written that op-ed.

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  1. It’s 6:20 AM and dark o’clock here as I watch CNN coverage of Leahy and Combs floor speeches. So incomprehensible that we are in this place and that I can’t confidently know how the vote will go. In fact, I’m afraid that he will be voted in. Doris Kearns Goodwin spoke yesterday on a morning show that brought up the divisiveness of the Civil War. Is that where we are? I hadn’t as yet gone that far in my thinking, but I’ve certainly been reflecting on that possibility for the last 24 hours. I can’t fathom that on a person to person basis, Americans are so divided on these basic human values. (Grassley is now speaking and with less than 2 minutes in, I’m done listening . . blah blah blah. It’s just too much!)

    • irishgirl999 says:

      I feel so sad for the US right now. Just heard the results of the vote. The whole thing has been an absolute travesty. I can’t even begin to understand how Kavanaugh’s victims are processing this.

  2. irishgirl999 says:

  3. Palm to forehead – – – Can I hope that if the worst comes to worst, the Judge will celebrate to excess and reveal to those wearing the blinders who he really is?!!

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