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Lindsey Graham to Sotomayor: ‘I think your future is pretty bright.’

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.): “This is the last time we’ll get a chance to speak like this . . . I hope we get a chance to speak more in the future. I think your future is pretty bright.”

Some have wondered if Graham might be a “yes” vote, despite his fairly tough questioning of her in the first round.

In response to Feinstein’s effusive praise of Sotomayor’s story, Graham notes that in the New Haven firefighter case, “Mr. Ricci has a story to tell, too.”

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