Thursday, September 22, 2005

Freudian Slip?

The New York Times reports that Sen. Biden was torn over his "no" vote on Roberts:
Mr. Biden said he had agonized over his decision, which he called "a very close call, a very close call." The senator said he had not been persuaded that Judge Roberts was sufficiently committed to rights of privacy, particularly on "right to die" issues.

But I thought the left was worried about abortion? Oh, wait . . .

Galley Friend J.E. notes, "Did I miss something? Has 'right to die' replaced 'reproduction rights' in the left's lexicon?"

2 comments:

utron said...

A very close call, a very close call.

Isn't that what the Duke of Wellington said about the Battle of Waterloo?

Bizarro Jack said...

I had thought about making a comment at the time that your post was unusually unsatisfactory, but I'm glad I saved the effort:

http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/national/AP-Scotus-Assisted-Suicide.html