Unconfirming a SCOTUS confirmation

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    waltky Wise ol' monkey Supporting Member

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    Looks like dey tryin' to unconfirm her...
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    Citing Evidence They Call 'Contradictory' to Kagan's Confirmation Testimony, 49 Lawmakers Call for Judiciary Committee Investigation
    Friday, July 01, 2011 - Forty-nine members of the U.S. House of Representatives--including the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, the chairman of the Republican Policy Committee and two presidential candidates--are pointing to evidence they say is "contradictory" to Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan's confirmation testimony and calling for the House Judiciary Committee to investigate the matter.
     
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    They are not trying to "unconfirm" anyone, they are asking for clarification on why it looks like she lied under oath. I know Democrats only think that is bad if a Republican does it, but it is always bad.
     
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    SCOTUS was payback for letting Obama skate at Harvard
     

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