These are the two main arguments, aren't they?
1.) The FBI investigation, which delays the full Senate floor vote by a week, dispenses with the optics of a GOP that is oblivious to the profound impact that sexual-assault experiences have on women, and puts the GOP on record as having truly gone not only the extra mile, but the extra-extra mile, to accommodate every possible objection to going ahead with a vote. It may pick up votes that would otherwise have gone the other way.
2.) Flake is a coward who caved in response to the elevator incident. He has made it possible for the Left to cook up who knows what kind of outrageous attempts at irreversible character assassination and reasons for further vote delay.
You know what? Your absolutist blogmeister has not yet called this one. There are valid arguments that bolster each position.
Such is the razor's-edge nature of what the Left - and the tribalist segment of the Right that has not taken the time to ground its ire in a set of principles - has done to the country once known as the United States of America.
Our cultural environment is now characterized by an ethos of, "What happens after we push it further, as we are going to do?"
What, indeed, does happen?