Robert Bork's advice for Senate hearings:
Don't write or say anything about the Constitution. Judge Roberts has already satisfied that requirement. The second: Don't commit your vote at the hearings on any issues. If you are drawn into a commitment to how you will vote, you'll only be ratifying the corruption of the confirmation process. And third, don't make it obvious that you think some of the senators' questions reveal that they haven't a clue about the Constitution or its interpretations.