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Sotomayor Cracks (A Little Bit)

In a line of questioning designed to ascertain her position on the nature of a fundamental right, Sen. Coburn gets Sotomayor to at least vary her speech — which is way more exciting than the tone of any of her other responses thus far.
Sotomayor responded forcefully to Coburn with a question back at him, saying "Would you want a judge or a nominee, who came in here" and formed a decision on a case before she had spend time reviewing cases? Coburn didn't really back down, but did concede the point.
I agree with you, your honor, I dont want you to say how you're going to rule.

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