A Mark Kelly win in Ariz. Senate race could spoil McConnell's plans to replace Ginsburg

PoliticalChic

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Voters need to vote so they cannot pet this current non-conservative, far right GOP mess up the country.
It seems you poor bastads are forever grasping at straws and clinging to lost hopes and last chances. When are you ever going to wise up and start thinking or at least trying to think?

And suffer an aneurysm?????
 

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Reid ending the filibuster in 2013 when the Dems were going to lose the Senate in 2014 makes Amy Barrett the "Harry Reid Nomination". McConnell warned Dems prior to the vote that they would live to regret it, and maybe sooner than they think. They ran unheeded to their current position, and Cocaine Mitch plays for keeps.
We would have been a lot better off if McConnell hadn’t massively abused filibusters in the judicial nomination process.
They could have worked with minority to finds nominees that were acceptable to both sides, you know, like both side did since the late 1700's before Obama and Reid decided that was beneath them.... oops!

“You will no doubt come to regret this, and you may regret it a lot sooner than you think,”

-Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., warned Democrats in 2013

It’s time for conservatives to show their appreciation of Senator Harry Reid for setting the tone and tenor in Washington politics. Please send him thank you cards for his short-sightedness. Karma’s a **tch. November 2013:
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., pushed through a controversial change to Senate rules Thursday that will make it easier to approve President Obama’s nominees but threatens to further divide an already polarized Congress.
Fifty-two Senate Democrats and independents voted to weaken the power of the filibuster. The change reduces the threshold from 60 votes to 51 votes for Senate approval of executive and judicial nominees against unanimous GOP opposition. Three Democrats — Sens. Mark Pryor of Arkansas, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Carl Levin of Michigan — opposed the change.
Giving consideration of race in any decision whatsoever is the very definition of racism, idiot.
 

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Kelly debates McSally tonight. look for it on youtube. i might post it later!
 

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