On Monday, Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor promised ‘fidelity to the law’ and vowed the same again in her testimony on Tuesday. But is that true? How do her legal decisions and public statements compare to her pledge to be an impartial arbiter of justice? Does her track record show a strict adherent to the law or a judicial and political activist? We ask Mario Diaz, policy director for legal issues at the Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee.