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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by MacNut, Jan 4, 2017.
Ole Turtle face Mitch sure seems to have a sort memory about not confirming a justice.
NY Shumer fool and him simply switched roles since that hack did the same thing. The difference is there will likely be several dems that support he nominations because come 2yrs from now they won't want to be looking for another job due to their own actions that will no doubt come back to bite them if they obstruct.
Dems get to be the party of "no" this time around.
And nothing will change for another 2 years.
Nope. Republicans acted stupid now the dems get to play the same way
Actually Dems will definitely try to hijack Trump on a few legislative matters, and it might work. It's not like the guy has core Republican values LOL.
Or values. lol
Well they sure tolerated old mich saying they could not vote for a judge be cause the NRA would not like it.
I still think they should have settled for Garland. He was a gift. Mitch has a lot riding on having sold that one short. For one thing it was going to be an easy confirmation. Whatever pick Trump and McConnell settle on for Scalia's replacement now will be a different story. There could even be some Republican defections if they go too far to the right. Not all those Senators are right wing fringe on social issues....
Mark my word he is just waiting for Nancy Pelosi to die soon so he can head the party!
Yeah, he's a jack wagon. But I'm not one for repeating the Republican's cynical ploys just because now they're in power. Of course if a nominee is unacceptable, then vote against them. But don't obstruct simply to obstruct. Try to teach Republicans how to oppose without being a party of jack wagons.
That generation of republican is long dead.
They better re-animate ... or this country will be.
I thought that title belonged to Harry Reid.
Pelosi heads up the House for the Dems; Schumer was the logical successor to Reid for the Dems in the Senate. I'm sure they're both happy to be heading up their party in their respective houses of Congress, same as Ryan and McConnell for the GOP. There's not much more power to be had at least as far as legislative heft is concerned.
Yea my bad! Whenever I hear the name Chuck Schumer I think of the old joke " the most dangerous thing to do in Washington D.C is be in front of Schumer and a camera"!
That title goes to Richard Blumenthal.