Thursday, March 27, 2008

dressing for the occasion

On Tuesday, March 25, Attorney General Michael Mukasey made his first oral argument to the United States Supreme Court, in United States v. Ressam. According to reports, the Court was cold until he was five minutes into his argument, and the General sat down with 14 minutes still remaining from his allotted 30 minutes. I wonder, does it help or hurt one's feelings of confidence to wear the odd, but traditional get-up of morning coat and striped britches?

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