I just caught a few minutes of the Roberts hearings, with Arlen Specter questioning Roberts about the right of privacy. Roberts is giving really short, crisp answers, and Specter seems really nervous as he struggles to get out his questions. Perhaps he's surprised by the brevity of the answers and is worrying about running out of material. Asked about his reference to "the so-called right of privacy," Roberts clearly explains, with references to the First, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Amendments, that there is a constitutional right of privacy. He doesn't hedge at all, and Specter seems to be at something of a loss for follow-up questions.
I don't have time to keep watching, but I'll be back this afternoon with more.