Various responses. Jack Balkin suggested what would happen if Bork was confirmed over Scalia. I think Kagan was right the first time: the Bork hearings were how things should go and he lost on the merits, even if (shocking!) there was some harsh rhetoric from advocates. He was wrong and quite shrill after awhile, but added to the conversation. Not sure if staying on to have someone in control was horrible re: the "massacre." His views are the issue.