Epitaph for a Dying Culture
The Kavanaugh confirmation hearings and their endless sequelae have ended up as an epitaph for a spent culture for which its remedies are felt to be worse than its diseases. Think 338 B.C., A.D. 476, 1453, or 1939.
Failure to confirm Brett Kavanaugh would be a stain on this institution. It would be a victory for no-holds-barred partisanship and the dirtiest form of politics we have ever seen.For the sake of the Senate, this confirmation cannot fail. pic.twitter.com/BQpzLFk4ws
— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) October 4, 2018