I was impressed by General Hayden's opening statement and answers during yesterday's first round of his Senate confirmation hearings. The same cannot be said the Senate Moonbat Brigade, which was out in full force on Thursday, and will continue its verbal sniping today.
Some of the early exchanges between Hayden and the Senators were priceless, largely because of the lunacy of the questions. John Hinderaker of Powerline has an excellent summary of yesterday's verbal exchanges, including sound bites. In each example, General Hayden emerges as the well-reasoned voice of a senior intelligence official; the Senators as little more than snippy political hacks.
If I were a resident of Wisconsin or California, I would be embarrased at the "questions" posed by Senators Russ Feingold and Diance Feinstein. If ignorance is bliss, then both Feingold and Feinstein are happy individuals, indeed.
Expect more of the same today.