Will Feinstein get personal again?

Will Senator Feinstein attack Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers for not knowing what it is like to be a mother? Senator Feinstein, after all, asked Chief Justice Roberts questions which attempted to probe him for his feelings as a father. Will she attack Miers for not knowing what it is liek to be a mother? Or will she be held up as a shining example of a feminist, working woman? See for instance the Washington Post:

Miers, who is not married and does not have children, was active in professional organizations and eventually was elected head of the Dallas and Texas bar associations, where she was known for encouraging members to do pro bono work.

Ed Lasky   10 03 05

Will Senator Feinstein attack Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers for not knowing what it is like to be a mother? Senator Feinstein, after all, asked Chief Justice Roberts questions which attempted to probe him for his feelings as a father. Will she attack Miers for not knowing what it is liek to be a mother? Or will she be held up as a shining example of a feminist, working woman? See for instance the Washington Post:

Miers, who is not married and does not have children, was active in professional organizations and eventually was elected head of the Dallas and Texas bar associations, where she was known for encouraging members to do pro bono work.

Ed Lasky   10 03 05