It isn't the Roe statement, or his disdain for the Warren Court's protection of due process, the Establishment Clause, and equal representation. He's a conservative: of course he doesn't like any of that. This is the real news:
[Alito] wrote that he was also a member of Concerned Alumni of Princeton. Formed in 1972 to oppose the admission of women to the university, the group moved on to criticize the school's minority admissions, permissive social norms, and religious nondenominational [services] while supporting the selective admission's policies of private student clubs affiliated with the school.He'd be able to get away with opposing social liberalism on campus and supporting the disgusting eating clubs at Princeton. He might even be able to slide by with opposing non-sectarian church services and opposing coeducation. But he opposed admitting minorities. That's hardcore racism right there. I sure hope someone brings this up in committee; if not, I hope Clarence Thomas gives him hell about it if he's confirmed.