They both volunteered for polygraph examinations (except for Brett).
They both passed their polygraph (except for Brett).
Neither one had a single thing to gain by lying (except for Brett).
And Susan Collins is certain they’re both telling the truth.
It’s just that Dr. Ford, someplace along the line, forgot who scarred her for life.
It would be so terribly unfair, Susan Collins believes, not to give Brett this lifetime appointment.
But what about the other 330 million of us? Is it the best outcome for us? Or even for the Court itself? On that last point, Mark Joseph Stern argues — maybe not.
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You know the old saying, 'Two can live cheaper than one?' It depends who the second person is.~A.T.
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