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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by zimv20, Jan 16, 2004.
every day, i feel more and more included in this 'democracy'
Well they were using filibustering to require a 2/3's vote for judicial nominations when a simple majority should be all that is required.
It is all perfectly legal, just like their blocking of his nomination...
and so close to MLK day
legal, yes, cooperative, no.
democrats now have a very small voice in how the country is run (from a federal level, anyway). a recess appointment, from the self-proclaimed uniter, negates that voice.
that's why i said i feel very unincluded these days.
well your voice here is making up for it.
How many appointees were approved by this Congress, again?
As of the end of last year, the Senate had approved 168 of 172 Bush nominations to the Federal bench (97.7%). Anything less then 100% is called "obstructionism." Can we say "entitlement?" I knew we could.
A uniter, not a divider.
speaking of which...
edit: what's a guy gotta do to get an image to show up? i'm using the IMG tag. it's like black magic to me -- sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
Certain forums won't display images inline, this being one.
science and reason have trumped my black magic
not only that, but this:
Bush Exploits MLK's Grave For Political Fundraiser
fundraising and power trumps all...
the NYT weighs in...
what is the point of hiding protestors from Bush? Its like he doesn't have to answer to his people, what the hell is going on? They even thought htat the whole of england was supporting them when they visited here. If Bush was at all a strong leader he would not cower away from his oponents. Blair knew full well that he was unpopular and he faced it with courage, and for that I admire him, but not for his policies.