Dianne Feinstein also wanted to know Roberts heart, to have him talk to her like a father instead of a judge just like Kohl did.
Dianne Feinstein's thoughts on the nomination of John Roberts as chief justice of the United States should be read with a soulful violin solo playing, or perhaps accompanied by the theme song of "The Oprah Winfrey Show." Those thoughts are about pinning one's heart on one's sleeve, sharing one's feelings and letting one's inner Oprah come out for a stroll.
Read all of George Will's piece.
The only problem is that Sen. Feinstein and Sen. Kohl were suppose to be trying to decide if he was a good judge; it wasn't about whether he was going to adopt them!
I wonder who won this left sided "sensitivity sweepstakes"? My guess Kohl lost and Feinstein won. After all Feinstein voted against Roberts; Kohl for.