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Sotomayor told Sen. Sessions that she meant “precedent” rather than “policy” when she said “the Court of appeals is where policy is made.” Curt Levy at the Committee for Justice
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wants to know why her very next sentence was  “I know this is on tape and I should never say that”?
Sotomayor’s strategy – or to be fair, the White House’s strategy – is to deny the plain meaning of all the controversial things she has said, no matter how implausible her explanation.

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