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K9BuckReplacing Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat
Trump rules. This woman is/was an excellent choice.
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So Murkowski, Dilecto and and Collins all voted against her, or just Collins?  A tad confused by some of the posts.   Confused
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(10-26-2020, 10:57 PM)ScarletHayes Wrote: So Murkowski, Dilecto and and Collins all voted against her, or just Collins?  A tad confused by some of the posts.   Confused
Everybody in the gop except the senator from Maine (collins?)

All 47 dems voted no.
Final vote 52-48.

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(10-26-2020, 09:07 PM)davebucknut Wrote:
(10-26-2020, 08:50 PM)Hightop77 Wrote: Credit to Mitch McConnell for all of his work getting judges and justices approved for the President.  He decided this vacancy would be filled if it occurred a long time ago.  And thanks to him for blocking Merrick Garland.
Cocaine mitch is the man!

Blocking all those radical Obama appointees and setting Trump up with hundreds!

Side note, I turned on cnn and msmbc and they didn't cover trump's speech, justice Thomas administering the oath, or just barret's speech. Just whining about covid and Trump winning again

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The idea of showing a highly accomplished and independently minded black jurist does not fit their racist narrative that all blacks are to be subjugated according to their Marxist principles.
"Don't, I say don't bother me dog, can't ya see I'm thinkin'?"    Foghorn Leghorn
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(10-26-2020, 10:57 PM)ScarletHayes Wrote: So Murkowski, Dilecto and and Collins all voted against her, or just Collins?  A tad confused by some of the posts.   Confused
Murkowski voted no to move forward but voted yes to the confirmation.
Collins voted no to both for political election reasons.  Many believe she and Mitch had an agreement that he had all the votes he needed and she was to vote no to try and regain her seat in the Senate.
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(10-26-2020, 11:03 PM)davebucknut Wrote:
(10-26-2020, 10:57 PM)ScarletHayes Wrote: So Murkowski, Dilecto and and Collins all voted against her, or just Collins?  A tad confused by some of the posts.   Confused
Everybody in the gop except the senator from Maine (collins?)

All 47 dems voted no.
Final vote 52-48.

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Man, if you're a Dem you don't dare leave the reservation.  Not a single defector.  Of course I guess you could say the same about the GOP, but of course the party of the president is going to vote for his nominees.  

If the Dems want to throw a hissy fit, they can go to Harry Reid's house and whine away.  Ye reap what ye sow.
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(10-26-2020, 11:14 PM)ScarletHayes Wrote:
(10-26-2020, 11:03 PM)davebucknut Wrote:
(10-26-2020, 10:57 PM)ScarletHayes Wrote: So Murkowski, Dilecto and and Collins all voted against her, or just Collins?  A tad confused by some of the posts.   Confused
Everybody in the gop except the senator from Maine (collins?)

All 47 dems voted no.
Final vote 52-48.

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Man, if you're a Dem you don't dare leave the reservation.  Not a single defector.  Of course I guess you could say the same about the GOP, but of course the party of the president is going to vote for his nominees.  

If the Dems want to throw a hissy fit, they can go to Harry Reid's house and whine away.  Ye reap what ye sow.
The gop always has 1 or more defectors, but it has become extremely rare to see the dems ever have a vote that isn't 100% yes or 100% no on any issue.

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Ginsburg has had health problems for a long time.  She had 8 years to resign and be replaced by Obama but instead chose to hang on and then assumed she could safely resign under Queen Hillary.  She was arrogant and foolish and the Democrats have nothing to cry about other than her bad judgement.
Let us cross over the river and rest under the shade of the trees.
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exactly right. if not for her chutzpah, Obama would have replaced RBG....

No longer GroupThink 'woke'.  but it was fun while it lasted.
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(10-27-2020, 08:52 AM)Alabuckeye Wrote: exactly right.  if not for her chutzpah, Obama would have replaced RBG....

I think stupidity/selfishness could easily replace chutzpah in your reply.  Instead of enjoying the short time she obviously had left of her life she chose to push her judicial philosophy on the country and she got burned.  No one to blame for this but her.  I'd love to hear what Obumer's opinion of her is now.  She cheated him and rewarded Trump.  Stupid, selfish move that may have saved the country.  We'll have to wait and see what the socialists do next with regard to packing (provided they take over the Senate).
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I would love to see an amendment locking in number on SCOTUS. A Trump and Senate win could allow for preemptive packing. The left would be all over the amendment then.
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(10-27-2020, 09:22 AM)Erhino Wrote: I would love to see an amendment locking in number on SCOTUS. A Trump and Senate win could allow for preemptive packing. The left would be all over the amendment then.
The left would NEVER agree to this, as it limits their ability to increase their power. The "bar" for enacting a constitutional amendment is high enough that some amount of bi-partisan support is required.
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