Let them appoint 100 scotus judges...replace Ginsberg now

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We should wait to see who wins the election. It's what Mitch McConnell would want... four years ago.






Nope. Not anymore. The Dems have demonstrated that they are unethical and abusers of power to the extreme. Fuck 'em.
What does that have to do with Obama trying to appoint a judge many months before an election in 2016?





Not a damned thing. But the Dems have been playing dirty for four years so they deserve no consideration. They deserve what they have been sowing.
 

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The time is now to put in a new judge. nObama tried to do the exact same but couldn't since he was a failed president that didn't have majority senate. Now that Republicans for sure have majority. There must not be a delay.
We will see if the Republican majority holds.

If it does, Dems will have to respond by packing the courts




Going to be hard when they don't have the ability to pick the judges...DOH!
We shall see in 45 days



Indeed we will. Your meltdown will be fun to watch.
 

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The time is now to put in a new judge. nObama tried to do the exact same but couldn't since he was a failed president that didn't have majority senate. Now that Republicans for sure have majority. There must not be a delay.
We will see if the Republican majority holds.

If it does, Dems will have to respond by packing the courts




Going to be hard when they don't have the ability to pick the judges...DOH!
We shall see in 45 days
Your boy, or as you call him the Great Obama, screwed up royally on many things but especially the judiciary.
 

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We should wait to see who wins the election. It's what Mitch McConnell would want... four years ago.






Nope. Not anymore. The Dems have demonstrated that they are unethical and abusers of power to the extreme. Fuck 'em.
What does that have to do with Obama trying to appoint a judge many months before an election in 2016?





Not a damned thing. But the Dems have been playing dirty for four years so they deserve no consideration. They deserve what they have been sowing.
So, you're saying it never mattered in 2016. It's because politicians just started playing dirty when Obama became president, Never before then.
 

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We should wait to see who wins the election. It's what Mitch McConnell would want... four years ago.






Nope. Not anymore. The Dems have demonstrated that they are unethical and abusers of power to the extreme. Fuck 'em.
What does that have to do with Obama trying to appoint a judge many months before an election in 2016?





Not a damned thing. But the Dems have been playing dirty for four years so they deserve no consideration. They deserve what they have been sowing.
So, you're saying it never mattered in 2016. It's because politicians just started playing when Obama became president, Never before then.
It's hardball politics. Russian Collusion, Impeachment, Kavanaugh, and about 200 other things. This is how the game is played. Dims have ceded all moral authority a long, long time ago. I understand they don't like it. Too bad.
 

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We should wait to see who wins the election. It's what Mitch McConnell would want... four years ago.






Nope. Not anymore. The Dems have demonstrated that they are unethical and abusers of power to the extreme. Fuck 'em.
What does that have to do with Obama trying to appoint a judge many months before an election in 2016?





Not a damned thing. But the Dems have been playing dirty for four years so they deserve no consideration. They deserve what they have been sowing.
So, you're saying it never mattered in 2016. It's because politicians just started playing when Obama became president, Never before then.
It's hardball politics. Russian Collusion, Impeachment, Kavanaugh, and about 200 other things. This is how the game is played. Dims have ceded all moral authority a long, long time ago. I understand they don't like it. Too bad.
If Republicans would come out and admit that the block of Garland's nomination was all about politics I could accept that. We all know that was what it was from the beginning. Instead Mitch comes up with some horseshit excuse. Just admit you're a shitty politician trying to get your own way.
 

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Republicans have made it clear that when they control the Senate......They get to make the rules and those rules can change at whim.

Dems will do the same
No rules have been made.......facts are not your friend
McConnell has changed Senate procedures as the political situation suited him. So the Senate leader gets to decide which Judges get hearings and how fast.

Schumer will have the same power to decide whether to acknowledge filibusters and call for a vote to decide how many judges are in each court
 

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We should wait to see who wins the election. It's what Mitch McConnell would want... four years ago.






Nope. Not anymore. The Dems have demonstrated that they are unethical and abusers of power to the extreme. Fuck 'em.
What does that have to do with Obama trying to appoint a judge many months before an election in 2016?





Not a damned thing. But the Dems have been playing dirty for four years so they deserve no consideration. They deserve what they have been sowing.
So, you're saying it never mattered in 2016. It's because politicians just started playing when Obama became president, Never before then.
It's hardball politics. Russian Collusion, Impeachment, Kavanaugh, and about 200 other things. This is how the game is played. Dims have ceded all moral authority a long, long time ago. I understand they don't like it. Too bad.
If Republicans would come out and admit that the block of Garland's nomination was all about politics I could accept that. We all know that was what it was from the beginning. Instead Mitch comes up with some horseshit excuse. Just admit you're a shitty politician trying to get your own way.
Of course it was politics. Just like the Left attempting to destroy Kavanaugh and Thomas before him. It's all politics.
 

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Republicans have made it clear that when they control the Senate......They get to make the rules and those rules can change at whim.

Dems will do the same
No rules have been made.......facts are not your friend
McConnell has changed Senate procedures as the political situation suited him. So the Senate leader gets to decide which Judges get hearings and how fast.

Schumer will have the same power to decide whether to acknowledge filibusters and call for a vote to decide how many judges are in each court
Sad for you Schumer has no such power. But your rich fantasy life is adorable. Do you daydream in rainbows and unicorns too? :D
 

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We should wait to see who wins the election. It's what Mitch McConnell would want... four years ago.






Nope. Not anymore. The Dems have demonstrated that they are unethical and abusers of power to the extreme. Fuck 'em.
What does that have to do with Obama trying to appoint a judge many months before an election in 2016?





Not a damned thing. But the Dems have been playing dirty for four years so they deserve no consideration. They deserve what they have been sowing.
So, you're saying it never mattered in 2016. It's because politicians just started playing when Obama became president, Never before then.
It's hardball politics. Russian Collusion, Impeachment, Kavanaugh, and about 200 other things. This is how the game is played. Dims have ceded all moral authority a long, long time ago. I understand they don't like it. Too bad.
If Republicans would come out and admit that the block of Garland's nomination was all about politics I could accept that. We all know that was what it was from the beginning. Instead Mitch comes up with some horseshit excuse. Just admit you're a shitty politician trying to get your own way.
Of course it was politics. Just like the Left attempting to destroy Kavanaugh and Thomas before him. It's all politics.
The sitting President was allowed to fill both those seats
Garland did not have that courtesy
 

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Republicans have made it clear that when they control the Senate......They get to make the rules and those rules can change at whim.

Dems will do the same
No rules have been made.......facts are not your friend
McConnell has changed Senate procedures as the political situation suited him. So the Senate leader gets to decide which Judges get hearings and how fast.

Schumer will have the same power to decide whether to acknowledge filibusters and call for a vote to decide how many judges are in each court
Sad for you Schumer has no such power. But your rich fantasy life is adorable. Do you daydream in rainbows and unicorns too? :D
we shall see, we shall see
 

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Republicans have made it clear that when they control the Senate......They get to make the rules and those rules can change at whim.

Dems will do the same
No rules have been made.......facts are not your friend
McConnell has changed Senate procedures as the political situation suited him. So the Senate leader gets to decide which Judges get hearings and how fast.

Schumer will have the same power to decide whether to acknowledge filibusters and call for a vote to decide how many judges are in each court




Kind of like reid did. DOH!
 

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Republicans have made it clear that when they control the Senate......They get to make the rules and those rules can change at whim.

Dems will do the same
No rules have been made.......facts are not your friend
McConnell has changed Senate procedures as the political situation suited him. So the Senate leader gets to decide which Judges get hearings and how fast.

Schumer will have the same power to decide whether to acknowledge filibusters and call for a vote to decide how many judges are in each court
Sad for you Schumer has no such power. But your rich fantasy life is adorable. Do you daydream in rainbows and unicorns too? :D
we shall see, we shall see
Won't help you now. Sad. :(
 

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Republicans have made it clear that when they control the Senate......They get to make the rules and those rules can change at whim.

Dems will do the same
No rules have been made.......facts are not your friend
McConnell has changed Senate procedures as the political situation suited him. So the Senate leader gets to decide which Judges get hearings and how fast.

Schumer will have the same power to decide whether to acknowledge filibusters and call for a vote to decide how many judges are in each court
Sad for you Schumer has no such power. But your rich fantasy life is adorable. Do you daydream in rainbows and unicorns too? :D
we shall see, we shall see


:itsok: :itsok:
 

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We should wait to see who wins the election. It's what Mitch McConnell would want... four years ago.






Nope. Not anymore. The Dems have demonstrated that they are unethical and abusers of power to the extreme. Fuck 'em.
What does that have to do with Obama trying to appoint a judge many months before an election in 2016?





Not a damned thing. But the Dems have been playing dirty for four years so they deserve no consideration. They deserve what they have been sowing.
So, you're saying it never mattered in 2016. It's because politicians just started playing when Obama became president, Never before then.
It's hardball politics. Russian Collusion, Impeachment, Kavanaugh, and about 200 other things. This is how the game is played. Dims have ceded all moral authority a long, long time ago. I understand they don't like it. Too bad.
If Republicans would come out and admit that the block of Garland's nomination was all about politics I could accept that. We all know that was what it was from the beginning. Instead Mitch comes up with some horseshit excuse. Just admit you're a shitty politician trying to get your own way.
Of course it was politics. Just like the Left attempting to destroy Kavanaugh and Thomas before him. It's all politics.
The sitting President was allowed to fill both those seats
Garland did not have that courtesy

I'll say it again. I feel your pain. :(
 

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Who are we to argue with the great statesman affectionately known as "Upchuck"?

Hmmm? The fucking balls. How dare you defy the Chuckie doll.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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We should wait to see who wins the election. It's what Mitch McConnell would want... four years ago.






Nope. Not anymore. The Dems have demonstrated that they are unethical and abusers of power to the extreme. Fuck 'em.
What does that have to do with Obama trying to appoint a judge many months before an election in 2016?





Not a damned thing. But the Dems have been playing dirty for four years so they deserve no consideration. They deserve what they have been sowing.
So, you're saying it never mattered in 2016. It's because politicians just started playing when Obama became president, Never before then.
It's hardball politics. Russian Collusion, Impeachment, Kavanaugh, and about 200 other things. This is how the game is played. Dims have ceded all moral authority a long, long time ago. I understand they don't like it. Too bad.
If Republicans would come out and admit that the block of Garland's nomination was all about politics I could accept that. We all know that was what it was from the beginning. Instead Mitch comes up with some horseshit excuse. Just admit you're a shitty politician trying to get your own way.
Of course it was politics. Just like the Left attempting to destroy Kavanaugh and Thomas before him. It's all politics.
The sitting President was allowed to fill both those seats
Garland did not have that courtesy
Go back and read,,,.....why do people argue from ignorance when facts are posted....is not is not ......is not an arguement.
 

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The time is now to put in a new judge. nObama tried to do the exact same but couldn't since he was a failed president that didn't have majority senate. Now that Republicans for sure have majority. There must not be a delay.
We will see if the Republican majority holds.

If it does, Dems will have to respond by packing the court
Um if the majority holds the court packing will not be happening. You're being stupid ... If the GOP holds
Maybe they will triple the judge count since the threat is already in place.....
You nummies never consider the consequences of anything.

Jo
Jo, Roberts, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, Alito, all believe in legislative authority. The Constitution gives the Senate the authority to set the number of seats for SCOTUS. It has been gerrymandered several times before. There is no chance that the Court will not be reformed next year if the Senate and the WH are blue.
 

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