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Tuesday, March 28, 2006 

Okay, This is Just Depressing...

I'm sitting in the library, staring at the clock, waiting for C-SPAN3 to get the oral argument of today's Hamdan v Rumsfeld case posted on their website.

What the hell has happened to my life?

EDIT: Quite a case. Hamdan's attorney Neal Katyal was asked fewer questions and interrupted fewer times than Solicitor General Paul Clement. Katyal's sparring partner was Justice Scalia (surprise, surprise) with Justice Alito asking a few critical questions as well. Justice Breyer was especially hard on Clement for not fully answering his questions. I stand by my prediction that I made in the comments of the Scalia post: 5-3, government loses.

The AP has their story up here.

i know its not related, but i know you'd get this. Check out the SBA article in the newest version of the Verdict. The conversation Hussain had in the third or fourth paragraph....guess who he says it is?

I eagerly await the coming drama.

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