Murkowski Votes No On Kavanaugh Because He Can't Fix All The Problems In The WorldChris Menahan
Oct. 05, 2018
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Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska struggled to explain her reasoning for voting against Brett Kavanaugh on cloture on Friday morning.
"I don't have a statement right now because I did not come to a decision on this until walking into the floor this morning. I have been wrestling to really try to know what is fair and what is right. And the truth is that none of this has been fair. This hasn't been fair to the judge, but I also recognize that we need to have institutions that are viewed as fair. And if people who are victims, if people who feel there is no fairness in our system of government, particularly within our courts, we've gone down a path that is not good and right for this country. And so, I have been wrestling with whether or not this was about the qualifications of a good man or is this bigger than the nominee? And I believe we are dealing with issues right now that are bigger than a nominee, and how we ensure that our institutions, not only the legislative branch but our judicial branch, continue to be respected. This is what I've been wrestling with.Translation: our court system should revolve around feels and not facts.
Since Kavanaugh cannot solve all the problems in our country, he should not be on the Supreme Court.
Murkowski should not be in congress.
"And so I took the very, very difficult vote that I did. I believe that Brett Kavanaugh is a good man. I believe he is a good man. It just may be, that in my view, he's not the right man for the court at this time. So I have taken my vote here this morning. I'm going to go back to my office and write a floor statement that is more fulsome. You'll all have an opportunity to have that. But this has truly been the most difficult evaluation of, decision, that I've ever had to make. And I've made some interesting ones in my political career. But I value and respect where my colleagues have come down from and their support for the judge. But I also think we're at a place where we need to be thinking again about the credibility and the integrity of our institutions."At least she admits her decision was based off her mere emotional whims. Perhaps next time Republicans need her vote they should come to her office with a box of puppies.
UPDATE: She's still "officially" undecided, Fox News is reporting.
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