First of all, he would be considered an alcoholic, even if he doesn't drink anymore, which he clearly still does by his own words. Secondly, you fail to comprehend what I have clearly stated, and that is that Kavanaugh's character, when under scrutiny, be it justified or not, showed some of his true character. He showed defiance and worse, insolence towards some members of the Senate. A person who is supposed to be impartial during such proceedings clearly was not; and that is the only person who should be impartial under such hearings, and that is Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
The problem @themevlog isn't whether he had a few beers or not. The problem isn't that he was a fucking party animal in College, which is cool too. The problem, which seems to dense for you to comprehend, is that he denied being a party animal in college.
Yes, this arose from other accusations/allegations which led to further scrutiny, whether warranted or not, into Brett Kavanaugh's overall character. Kavanaugh tried to sugar coat his party days at Yale, and that is where the problem lies, not on whether he did assault Dr. Ford or not.
He should have been more forth coming and less combative, because you are correct @themevlog No One is Perfect, and Kavanaugh would have been perceived as more open and truthful had he owned more of his party days, rather to attempt to pass it of as good ole' boys drinking and fishing, which clearly it was not.
Based on the evidence, in Kavanaugh's own calendar, and other circumstantial evidence that has come out... Kavanaugh was a party frat boy going to college frat parties doing college frat party things. I don't know if you have gone to college or not, but I actually in my shockingly and mortifying stupidity actually went to a University, and understand exactly what type of life and activities Kavanaugh and his Yale college buddies would have participated in while in school. This doesn't make me or Kavanaugh guilty of anything, but again, he should have been more forth coming about it, and had a better demeanor rather that lashing out in defiance.
And as a side note, I have actually seen lives affected by cases due to excessive college partying, and leading to such situations of sexual assault accusations. In my time and Kavanaugh's time, being drunk as an excuse was more accepted than it is today, therefore assault perpetrators typically got away with it a lot more than they do today.