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"The ayes are 68 and the nays are 31."

The US Senate handed President Barack Obama an historic victory Thursday as it overwhelmingly approved his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be the first Hispanic justice on the US Supreme Court.

Senate majority leader Harry Reid:
"This is truly historic for our entire nation but especially for the young Latinos in this country. We will see in judge Sotomayor concrete evidence of the heights to which they can legitimately aspire."

Democrats held Sotomayor as a fair-minded jurist with 17 years of experience as a federal judge.
Judiciary Committee chairman Patrick Leahy: "She is a judge of an unimpeachable character and integrity."

But most republicans claimed Sotomayor lacked impartiality and voted against her nomination.

Orrin Hatch is Utah's senior senator.

"I am very very concerned about this nomination. I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively. It's not what I wanted to do when this process started. But I believe that I'm doing the honorable and right thing, even though I feel badly about it."

Ultimately, the Senate voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayor with 9 Republicans breaking ranks. Less than a half hour after the Senate vote, President Obama praised this Supreme Court's newest edition.
"Like so many other aspects of this nation, I am filled with pride in this achievement and great confidence that Judge Sotomayor will make an outstanding Supreme Court Justice."

Sotomayor will be the third woman justice to sit on the Supreme Court. A swearing-in ceremony will happen at the US Supreme Court building on Saturday.
Jon Decker, Reuters.
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The Senate majority leader Harry Reid:
This is truly historic for the entire nation but specially for young Latinos in this country. We’ll see judge Sotomayor , concrete evidence. And her highly * we’ll generally inspired

Democrats have held Sotomayor as a fair mandate jury with 17 years of experience as a federal judge.
Judiciary Committee chairman Patrick Leahy :
She is a judge of uncompatible character and integrity.
But most Republicans blames Sotomayor lack * and voted against her nomination.

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I’m very very concerned about this nomination . I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively . It’s not what I want to do when the process started . But I believe I’m doing the honorable and right thing even though I feel badly about it .

Automatically, the Senate voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayor with nine Republicans raking ragues.
Less than an half hour after the Senate vote president Obama praised this free court of the newest condition. “So many others expect the nation that we feel with proud and the achievement and that Sotomayor will make standing supreme court justice.”

Sotomayor will be the third women justice ot sit on the supreme court as the swearing in ceremony will happen at the US supreme building on Saturday.
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“The yeas are 68 and the nays are 31.”
The U.S. Senate handed President Barack Obama and historic victory Thursday has it overwhelmingly approve his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be the first Hispanic justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Senate majority leader Harry Reid: “This is truly historic for our entire nation but especially for young Latinos in this country, we will see and judge Sotomayor concrete evidence of the heights to which they can legitimately aspire.” Democrats held Sotomayor as a fair-minded jurist with17 years of experience as a federal judge. Judiciary committee chairman Patrick Leahy: “She is a judge of unimpeachable character and integrity.”
But most Republicans claimed Sotomayor lack impartiality and voted against her nomination. Orin Hatch is Utah senior Senator, “I am very, very concerned about this nomination. I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively, it’s not what I wanted to do when this process started, but I believe I am doing the honorable right thing, even though I feel badly about it.”
Ultimately the senators voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayor with nine Republicans’ breaking ranks. Less than a half hour after senate vote, President Barack Obama praised the Supreme Courts newest edition. “Like so many other aspects of this nation, I am filled with pride in this achievement and great confidence that Judge Sotomayor will make an outstanding Supreme Court Justice.”
Sotomayor will be the third woman justice to sit on the Supreme Court, a swearing in ceremony will happen at the U.S. Supreme Court building on Saturday.
John Deker, Reuters.
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"The yeas are 68 and the nays are 31."

The US Senate handed President Barack Obama an historic victory Thursday as it overwhelmingly approved his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be the first Hispanic justice on the US Supreme Court.

Senate majority leader Harry Reid: "This is truly historic for our entire nation, but especially for the young Latinos in this country. We will see in Judge Sotomayor concrete evidence of the heights to which they can legitimately aspire."

Democrats hailed Sotomayor as a fair-minded jurist with 17 years of experience as a federal judge.

Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy: "She is a judge of an unimpeachable character and integrity."

But most Republicans claimed Sotomayor lack impartiality and voted against her nomination.

Orrin Hatch is Utah's senior senator. "I am very very concerned about this nomination. I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively. It's not what I wanted to do when this process started. But I believe that I'm doing the honorable and right thing even though I feel badly about it."

Ultimately, the Senate voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayor with 9 Republicans breaking ranks. Less than a half hour after the Senate vote, President Obama praised the Supreme Court's newest edition.

"Like so many other aspects of this nation, I'm filled with pride in this achievement and great confidence that Judge Sotomayor will make an outstanding Supreme Court Justice."

Sotomayor will be the third woman justice to sit on the Supreme Court. A swearing-in ceremony will happen at the US Supreme Court building on Saturday.

Jon Decker, Reuters.
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"The Yeas are 68, and the Nays are 31."
The US Senate handed President Barack Obama a historic victory Thursday as it overwhelmingly approved his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be the first Hispanic justice on the US Supreme Court. Senate majority leader Harry Reid.
"This is truly historic for our entire nation, but especially for the young Latinos in this country. We'll see and judge Sotomayer concrete evidence of * legitimately aspired. "
Democrats held Sotomayer as a fair-minded jury with seventeen years of experience as a federal judge. Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy.
"She is a judge of un* character and integrity."
But most Republicans claim Sotomayer lacked * and voted against her nomination. Orrin Hatch is Utah's senior senator.
"I am very very concerned about this nomination. I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively. It's not what I wanted to do when this process started. But I believe I'm doing the honourable and right thing, even though I feel badly about it."
Ultimately, the Senate voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayor with nine Republicans breaking racks. Less than a half hour after the Senate vote, President Obama praised the Supreme Court's newest addition.
"Like so many other aspects of this nation, I'm filled with pride in this achievement, and very confidence that judge Sotomayor will make an outstanding Supreme Court Justice."
Sotomayor will be the third woman justice to sit on the Supreme Court. A swearing in ceremony will happen at the US Supreme Court building on Saturday.
Jon Decker, Reuters.
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“The yeas are 68 and the nays are 31.” The US senate handed president Barack Obama and historic victory Thursday at this overwhelming approved his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be the first Hispanic justice on the US supreme court. Said majority leader Harry Ray, “this is truely historic for the entire nation, but especially for the yong volcanoes in this country. We will say that judge Sotomayor conquer evidence of a high situation that they can gentlemanly aspire.” Democrat Sotomayor as a fair minded jurist with 17 years of experience as a federal judge. Traditional chairman Hactru Layher, “she is a judge with uncompletable character and capability.” But most republicans proclaim Sotomayor lack inpassionality and voted against her nomination or in Hach’s Hugetone Senior senator, “I am very, very concerned about this nomination. I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively, that is what I want to do when the process started. But I believe I am doing the honorable and right thing even though I feel badly about it.” Ultimately the senator voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayot with 9 republicans reckon ranks. Less than half an hour after the senator vote, president Obama praise the supreme court newest edition. “like so many other experts of this nation, I feel with pride in this achievement and with confidence that judge Sotomayot will make an outstanding supreme court justice.” Sotomayor will be the third women justice to sit on the supreme court and swearing and ceremony will happen in US supreme court building on Saturday.
John Decker, Reuters

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"The yeas are 68 and the nays are 31."The US Senate handed President Barack Obama an historic victory Thursday as it overwhelmingly approved his nomination of Sonia Soto mayor to be the first Hispanic justice on the US Supreme Court. Senate majority leader Harry Reid:" This is truly historic for entire nation but especially for the young Latinos in this country. We will see in judge Soto mayor concrete evidence of the heights to which they can legitimately aspire."
Democrats held Soto mayor as a fair-minded judge with 17 years of experience as a federal judge.
Judiciary Committee chairman Patrick Leahy: "She is a judge of an
impeccable character and integrity." But most republicans claims Soto mayor lack impartiality and voted against her nomination. Orrin Hatch is Utah's senior senator.” I am very very concerned about this nomination. I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively. It's not what I wanted to do when this process started. But I believe that I'm doing the honorable and right thing. Even though I feel badly about it." Ultimately, the Senate voted 68 to 31 to confirm Soto mayor with 9 Republicans breaking ranks. Less than a half hour after the Senate vote, President Obama praised this Supreme Court's newest condition." Like so many other aspects of this nation, I'll filled with pride in this achievement and great confidence that Judge Soto mayor will make an upstanding Supreme Court Justice."

Soto mayor will be the third woman justice to sit on the Supreme Court. A swearing-in ceremony will happen at the US Supreme Court building on Saturday.
Jon Decker, Reuters.
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“The yeahs are 68 and the nos are 31”. The US Senator handed President Barack Obama and his historic victory Thursday as it overwhelmingly approved his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the first Hispanic justice on the US Supreme Court. Senator majority leader Harry Lee, “this is truly historic for our entire nation but especially for the young Latinos in this country, we will see judge Sotomayor concrete evidence with height to which they legitimately inspire.” Democrats held Sotomayor as a fair mind jurist with 17 years experiences as a federal judge. Traditional Senator Patrick Leggy, “she is a judge of incompatible character integrity.”
But most Republicans claimed Sotomayor lacking imposhality and voted against her nomination. Mory Hank as Utah senior senator, “I am very very concerned about this nomination, I felt very badly that I have to vote negatively, it’s not what I wanted to do when this process stated, but I believed I’m doing the honorable and right thing, even though I feel badly about it.”        Ultimately, the senator voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayor with 9 Republicans breaking rags. Less than a half hour after the senator vote, President Obama prays the Supreme Court new its stedition, like so many other aspects of this nation I’m felt with pride in this achievement and great confidence that judge Sotomayor will make an outstanding Supreme Court justice.” Sotomayor will be third woman justice to sit on Supreme Court. A swearing in ceremony will happen at the US Supreme Court building on Saturday. John Deck reports.
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The yeas are 68, and the nays are 31.
The US Senate handed President Barak Obama an hisoric victory Thursday as it overwhelmingly approved his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be the first Hispanic Justice on the US Supreme Court.
Senate majority Leader Harry Reid:
"This is truly historic for the entire nation, but especially for the young Latinos in this country. We'll see and judge Sotomayor  concrete evidence of the heights to which they can  take legitimately aspire.
Democrat held Sotomayor as a fair-minded / with 17 years experience as a federal judge .
Judiciary Committee chairman patrick Leahy:
"She is a judge, an impeccable character and integrity. "
But most Republicans claim Sotomayor lack impartiality and voted against her nomination.
Orrin Hatch is Utah's senior senator,
"I'm very very concerned about this nomination, I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively. It's not what I wanted to do when this process started but I believe that I'm doing the honorable and right thing. Even though, I feel badly about it. "
Ultimately, the Senate voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayor with 9 Republicans breaking ranks.  Less than a half hour after the Senate vote, President Obama praised the Supreme Court's neweast addition.
"Like so many other expect this nation, I'm filled with pride in this achievement and great confidence that Judge Sotomayor will make an outstanding Supreme Court justice."
Sotomayor will be the third woman justice to sit on the Supreme Court. A / ceremony will happen at the US Supreme Court building on Saturday.
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"The yeas are 68 and the nays are 31."

The US Senate handed President Barack Obama an historic victory Thursday as it overwhelmingly approved his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be the first Hispanic justice on the US Supreme Court.

Senate majority leader Harry Reid: "This is truly historic for our entire nation, but especially for the young Latinos in this country who will see in Judge Sotomayor concrete evidence of the heights to which they can legitimately aspire."

Democrats hailed Sotomayor as a fair-minded jurist with 17 years of experience as a federal judge.

Judiciary Committee chairman Patrick Leahy: "She is a judge of / unimpeachable character and integrity."

But most Republicans claimed Sotomayor lacked impartiality and voted against her nomination.

Orrin Hatch is Utah's senior senator. "I am very very concerned about this nomination. I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively. It's not what I wanted to do when this process started. But I believe that I'm doing the honorable and right thing even though I feel badly about it."

Ultimately, the Senate voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayor with 9 Republicans breaking ranks. Less than a half hour after the Senate vote, President Obama praised the Supreme Court's newest edition.

"Like so many other aspects of this nation, I'm filled with pride in this achievement and great confidence that Judge Sotomayor will make an outstanding Supreme Court justice."

Sotomayor will be the third woman justice to sit on the Supreme Court. A swearing-in ceremony will happen at the US Supreme Court building on Saturday.

Jon Decker, Reuters.


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Democrats hailed xxx as a fair-mind jurist with 17 year experience as a fedral judge, commetiment chairmen xxx

She s a judge of unimpeachable character and integrity

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Like so many aspects this nation I feel with pride in this achievement and great confidence that judge XXX would make a outstanding supereme court justices

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“The yeas are 68, and the naysare 31.”

The U.S. Senate handed President Barack Obama an historic victoryThursday as it overwhelmingly approved his nomination of _____ to be the first Hispanicjustice on the U.S. Supreme Court. Senate majority leader _____:

“This is truly historicfor our entire nation, but especially for theyoung Latinos in this country who will see in Judge _____ concrete evidence of the heights to which they legitimately aspire.”

Democrats hailed _____ as a fair-mindedjurist with 17 years of experience as a federal judge. Judiciary Committee chairman _____:

“She is a judgeof unimpeachable character and integrity.”

But mostRepublicans claimed _____ lacked impartialityand voted against her nomination. _____ is Utah’s seniorsenator:

“I’m very, veryconcerned about this nomination. I feel very badly that I have to vote negatively. It’s not what I wanted to do when this process started, but I believe thatI’m doing the honorable and right thing even thought I feel badly about it.”

Ultimately, the Senate voted 68 to 31 to confirm_____ with 9 Republicans breaking ranks. Less thana half hour after the Senate vote, President Obama praised the Supreme Court’s newestedition:

“Like so many otheraspects of this nation, I’m filled with pride inthis achievement and great confidence that Judge_____ will make an outstanding Supreme Court justice.”

_____ will bethe third woman justice to sit on the Supreme Court. A swearing-in ceremonywill happen at the U.S. Supreme Court Building on Saturday.

_____, Reuters.
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This is truly historic for our entire nation but especially for the young Latinos in this country.
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"The yeas are 68 and the nays are 31."
The US setted hand President Barack Obama and historic victory Thursday has it overwhelmingly approved his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be the first Hispanic justice on the US Supreme Court.
Senate majority leader Haren Ring
"This is truly historic for entire nation but especially for the young latinos in this country. We will see an judge Sotomayor concrete evidence of the heights to which they can legendarily inspire."
Democrats held Sotomayor as a / with 17 years of experience as a federal judge.
Traditionary committee chairman /
"She is a judge of / character and /."
But most republics claims Sotomayor lack impartiality and voted against nomination.
Morin Hatch is Utah's senior senator.
"I am very very concerned about this nomination. I feel very badly that I have to devote negatively. It's not one I want to do when this process started. But I believe that I'm doing the honorable right thing. Even though I feel bad about it."
Ultimately, the Senate voted 68 to 31 to confirm Sotomayor with 9 Republicans breaking ranks. Less than a half hour after the Senate vote, President Obama praised this Supreme Courts do with tradition.
"Like so many other aspects of this nation, I feel with pride in this treatment and great confidence that Judge Sotomayor will made an upstanding Supreme Court Justice."
Sotomayor will be the third woman justice to sit on the Supreme Court. A swearing ceremony will happen at the US Supreme Court building on Saturday.
Jon Decker, Reuters
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