Thursday, January 12, 2006

My Precious

So after two days of questioning, not a bowl of black bean soup to be found, and an afternoon visit to the only being in DC more famous than me, and it all appears over but the shouting.

I go to sleep tonight with thoughts of unlimited lifetime power in my head.

Good night, ladies, good night, sweet ladies, good night, good night.

7 comments:

Chris Baker said...

I say it again,

you are hilarious!

bluewild said...

Ha ha ha.....ha ha...I hope you are joking....

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Alito,

Thank you for your answer to my last question. I appreciate your frequent blogging, but I was wondering if you might be so kind as to include more serious, succinct analyses of the Senate hearings (and issues raised)in your blog posts. These would stimulate thinking in those who cannot take the time to read through detailed legal rulings (though I browsed some), because we cannot follow the jargon, but yet desire substantive analysis.

It is obvious that you have a witty sense of humor. I guess I was hoping to be more stimulated intellectually by your blog itself....on matters such as:

1. The rule of law. How does your view differ from Democrats like Ted Kennedy or Charles Schumer?

2. Torture. Do you support the McCain bill (we're told Bush supports it now?) or Charles Charles Krauthammer's position?

Would you agree that the Senate wasted a lot of time in their process of asking you questions this week, as reported in the post Senator Biden's Logorrhea at http://theologica.blogspot.com/?

Thanks very much! All the best to you, Sir.

Respectfully,
Alex Chediak

M A F said...

Your Honour, I wanted you to know that I blogged about you today.

I titled it The any faces of Judge Alito. I want you to know I tossed around the title, "The many CAPs of Judge Alito," but I never saw you wearing one.

SamuelAlito said...

Alex:

1) I differ from Ted Kennedy and Chuck Schumer mainly in the fact that I am a) not a total ass, and b) have more hair.

2) Judges don't "support" bills. We decide whether they are legal or not. The congress has passed a law, and the president has signed it. I very much doubt someone will file a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of banning torture, so I doubt the issue will come before me. I, however, have been adequately tortured by the senate.

Anonymous said...

extremely funny site. Keep up the good work "Sam".

ollie said...

You might say that the end of you're testimony was a, uh, precious moment