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« Reply #50 on: September 20, 2020, 06:13:27 AM »
I think certain events can increase turnout, and RBG dying weeks before the election is one of those things.  It really doesn't matter that much though, if the hypocritical conservatives can ram their pick through before the presidency is lost or the senate.   There is a chance that a few republican senators won't go along with this though and insist on waiting until the election has ended. 
Overall I don't think trump has drained a swamp at all.  He has succeeded at lowering the US standing around the globe, (Which I support), and he has helped fuel discontent internally which isn't a positive. 

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The turnout is the turnout. Whatever event that may take place will turn out votes on both sides. I understand a couple of senators already claimed they won't vote for a confirmation on the vacant seat. No matter it can move along with them. It is his duty to fill the seat and with such a controversial election coming up that seat needs to be filled.

Please explain this "lowering of US standing around the globe"? I see it as exactly the opposite. No new wars, bringing our troops home, removed us from Syria and Afghanistan is soon to be history. He is actually making peace in the ME rather than causing more wars and death. I remember your fondness for Iran and they are pissed they are hindered from supporting terrorism and no chance for a nuclear weapon. The rest of the world is grateful and relieved. He's fueled a roaring economy that even the election virus couldn't defeat. Believe it or not, the world's economy feed's off of the US economy. Trump is America First as it should be. Finally a president that isn't bought and controlled by corporate America, China, Soros, or the Central banks. Wake up and smell the coffee

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« Reply #51 on: September 20, 2020, 06:19:49 AM »
Trump has stated he will nominate a woman. 

Maybe any potential nominee will decline being named knowing the Democrats will respond with a cruel campaign to destroy them.  That's sad statement about hyper-contentious America.

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Take the Kavanaugh appointment as a lesson. No matter who gets the appointment by Trump or when, there is no length the left will not go to to destroy them. They are not beyond making shyte up to fit the narrative. Oh how I look forward to the day when voters are not so gullible 

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« Reply #52 on: September 20, 2020, 07:18:04 AM »
Hey brudda, they have conducted the breath test and she is dead. Damn the week. Fill the seat. It ain't going to fill itself

I understand the rationale behind your statement although the week is a necessary time for proper diligence beyond what I mentioned. Now more than ever a nominee will not only be vedded as always, but will also need to be one with the strongest of character due to the likely hostile inquisition the numbnuts are sure to badger ‘her’ with.

Accepting a nomination under the current climate is not a very promising experience to go through as we’ve all witness with Kavanaugh.
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« Reply #53 on: September 20, 2020, 07:56:29 AM »
I understand the rationale behind your statement although the week is a necessary time for proper diligence beyond what I mentioned. Now more than ever a nominee will not only be vedded as always, but will also need to be one with the strongest of character due to the likely hostile inquisition the numbnuts are sure to badger ‘her’ with.

Accepting a nomination under the current climate is not a very promising experience to go through as we’ve all witness with Kavanaugh.

I agree with you and I was being facetious. It's going to take several weeks before a candidate can be properly vetted anyway. I'm relatively sure the candidate is already chosen and the process is underway. Remember Kavanaugh is/was squeaky clean and we saw what they did to him. The WH administration will want to head off all they can with that. "She" will be accused of everything under sun. As far as the left is concerned rape, incest, group sex in high school and a lifetime of financial impropriety charges are forthcoming. She will need to be a strong woman with a thick skin and high moral character

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« Reply #54 on: September 20, 2020, 08:41:31 AM »
So speaks the Barry Goldwater theory of politics.

So speaks the Mitt Romney, Bob Dole, George HW Bush theory of politics.
Be so nice and get repeatedly outmaneuvered so that you lose again and
again. Tell me more about Gerald Fords second term. You aren't going to
vote for Trump regardless of what he does on this. People have an opinion
in Peoria, but will it change based on this?

Who is going to change their vote?

The Dem's haven't stopped rioting in Portland Or. The Dem's are still defunding
the police. Dem's are still attacking the police.


Will anti-cop platform be Markey’s mark?
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/will-anti-cop-platform-be-markey-e2-80-99s-mark/ar-BB19dUSR


Will Trump’s ‘law-and-order’ pitch prevail in Pennsylvania?
http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/sep/04/pennsylvania-election-trump-biden


Lawmakers React to Arrest of Dem House Speaker’s Aide in Portland Riots
http://www.nationalreview.com/news/oregon-republican-lawmakers-react-to-arrest-of-dem-house-speakers-aide-in-portland-riots/


Replacing Justice Ginsburg: Politics, Not Precedent
http://www.nationalreview.com/2020/09/replacing-justice-ginsburg-politics-not-precedent/


'It would burn through paper': Portland man charged for pointing laser into officer's eyes during protests
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« Reply #55 on: September 20, 2020, 09:42:39 AM »
This will be a really wild ride if a nomination is indeed placed. With the required 3/5 for confirmation and the Republicans holding 53 Senate seats, we can spare Collins, Murkowski and the eternal idiot Romney from sitting this one out. Too close. Mitch need to make he has the affirmation if everyone else before giving THE Donald the green light.

Kavanaugh was confirmed by a 50-48 votes, while Gorsuch at 53-45.
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« Reply #56 on: September 20, 2020, 09:45:29 AM »

RBG will be buried at the most prestigious cemetery in America, Arlington National Cemetery. Although she was not in the military and not technically qualified to be buried there, the cemetery makes exceptions for those who have contributed much to America. Presidents and Senators are buried there. RBG will be the 14th Supreme Court Justice to be buried there.
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« Reply #57 on: September 20, 2020, 09:49:04 AM »
This will be a really wild ride if a nomination is indeed placed. With the required 3/5 for confirmation and the Republicans holding 53 Senate seats, we can spare Collins, Murkowski and the eternal idiot Romney from sitting this one out. Too close. Mitch need to make he has the affirmation if everyone else before giving THE Donald the green light.

Kavanaugh was confirmed by a 50-48 votes, while Gorsuch at 53-45.

Collins has already stated she thinks the vote should wait. She hasn't said she wouldn't vote or would vote against her party. Murkowski is a loose canon either way but both of those are likely to vote for the right candidate. Romney will vote against anything Trump. There likely will be a democrat or two that breaks the ranks

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« Reply #58 on: September 20, 2020, 10:18:35 AM »
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« Reply #59 on: September 20, 2020, 10:22:29 AM »
FILL THE SEAT !!
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« Reply #60 on: September 20, 2020, 10:27:40 AM »



Some Senators will be scared to lose their jobs and Mitch needs to factor that into his strategy on what is best for the Republican party. Trump will nominate someone soon and the Senate vote probably won't happen until after the election. If Republicans lose the Senate, they will vote before Jan 3 which is the day the new Democrat majority Senate takes over. If the Republicans retain the majority in the Senate, they can relax, go home for the holidays and vote in Trump's nominee after Jan 3.


If Biden got to nominate a SC justice, he wouldn't nominate the best person for the job because he is aiming for diversity. Trump is not going to nominate the best person this time around because the best people for the job are obviously guilty of something like Kavanaugh was.
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« Reply #61 on: September 20, 2020, 10:58:09 AM »

Pelosi may consider Impeaching Trump to stall the Senate. She says she has a duty to protect the Constitution. How is Trump violating the Constitution if he nominates a judge right now? Maybe she and Schiff got another anonymous whistleblower complaint they've been waiting to use.

http://www.yahoo.com/huffpost/nancy-pelosi-impeach-scotus-nomination-155305894.html
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« Reply #62 on: September 20, 2020, 11:00:38 AM »
Collins has already stated she thinks the vote should wait. She hasn't said she wouldn't vote or would vote against her party. Murkowski is a loose canon either way but both of those are likely to vote for the right candidate. Romney will vote against anything Trump. There likely will be a democrat or two that breaks the ranks

I’m mistaken with what I said above FP. Apparently a simple majority is all that’s required. VP Pence is the tie breaker if warranted.  If no Democrat breaks rank, and those 3 Republicans sit this one out and goes lefty, the Pence drops the gavel.
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« Reply #63 on: September 20, 2020, 11:04:22 AM »
Pelosi may consider Impeaching Trump to stall the Senate. She says she has a duty to protect the Constitution. How is Trump violating the Constitution if he nominates a judge right now? Maybe she and Schiff got another anonymous whistleblower complaint they've been waiting to use.

http://www.yahoo.com/huffpost/nancy-pelosi-impeach-scotus-nomination-155305894.html

Trump has constitutional authority and duty to make a nomination. It is up to the senate to take it to a confirmation. Make no mistake there is no hypocrisy here, on the republican senate. Obama's last nomination would have been confirmed if the democrats controlled the senate. That's politics and it was then as it is now, McConnell's decision as leader of the senate

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« Reply #64 on: September 20, 2020, 11:12:11 AM »
Two arguments for Senate confirming a Supreme Court nominee during this last year of Donald's first term . . . as I have heard from the 'right side.'

1) Both the Presidency and Senate controlled by same party; unlike when Obama nominated Garland.

2) Despite what many republicans said about not confirming during last year of a presidency with respect to Garland . . . this is a new era after what Dems did to Kavanaugh, so all civility out the window.
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« Reply #65 on: September 20, 2020, 01:53:46 PM »
this is a new era after what Dems did to Kavanaugh, so all civility out the window.

Dems or Kavanaugh's accusers?  Again, a vote in the Senate does not exonerate or otherwise vindicate but simply says 'it doesn't matter'.

Agree, civility was thrown out long ago so is escalation the only path left?

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« Reply #66 on: September 20, 2020, 02:49:23 PM »
Dems or Kavanaugh's accusers?  Again, a vote in the Senate does not exonerate or otherwise vindicate but simply says 'it doesn't matter'.

Agree, civility was thrown out long ago so is escalation the only path left?

It's not escalation unless it happens to Dem's.

You can't be totally blind to history. Robert Bork, Douglas Ginsburg, Clarence Thomas
and you forgot the Democrat filibuster of Miguel Estrada and 8 other appeals justices?
What the Dem's did to Kavanaugh has never been done to a Dem.

Ginsberg who was the lefty head of the ACLA! They knew she was a left winger and
they didn't do ANYTHING to stop her nomination, they did the opposite, they voted
for her. 46 Dem's voted against Kavanaugh's nomination along with the two so called
independents Angus King and Bernie Sanders voting against him.

The Democrats started it. The GOP can't be the patsy every single time. They need
to push this candidate through and ignore the screaming from the left.

The Dem's have been playing hardball for 40 years. Now they cry like teenage girls
when they don't get their way while they are in the minority.

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« Reply #67 on: September 20, 2020, 04:23:08 PM »
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. . . this is a new era after what Dems did to Kavanaugh, so all civility out the window.

It isn’t only just Kavanaugh. It’s beyond him, even beyond Thomas.

There hasn’t been civility from the Dems even before Trump’s election. Remember what these numbnuts did the last time they held the majority. They crammed Obamacare down America’s throat. Make no mistake about it, if the roles were reversed they’d do it again, and again, and again.

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« Reply #68 on: September 20, 2020, 05:09:26 PM »
Dems or Kavanaugh's accusers? 

Yes Dems.  Even Dianne Feinstein stirred the pot. 

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« Reply #69 on: September 20, 2020, 06:00:42 PM »
Democrats' Armageddon option
On the table: Adding Supreme Court justices ... eliminating the Senate's 60-vote
threshold to end filibusters ... and statehood for D.C. and Puerto Rico. "If he holds
a vote in 2020, we pack the court in 2021," Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.)

On ABC's "This Week," George Stephanopoulos asked Speaker Pelosi about the
possibility of impeaching President Trump or Attorney General Barr as a way to
stall a Supreme Court confirmation in a post-election lame-duck session.

http://www.axios.com/democrats-supreme-court-ginsburg-options-871f3e66-e7a4-4f40-9691-d20de1f4be61.html

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« Reply #70 on: September 20, 2020, 06:19:37 PM »
Democrats' Armageddon option
On the table: Adding Supreme Court justices ... eliminating the Senate's 60-vote
threshold to end filibusters ... and statehood for D.C. and Puerto Rico. "If he holds
a vote in 2020, we pack the court in 2021," Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.)


That will happen regardless.

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« Reply #71 on: September 20, 2020, 07:25:23 PM »
Democrats' Armageddon option
On the table: Adding Supreme Court justices ... eliminating the Senate's 60-vote
threshold to end filibusters ... and statehood for D.C. and Puerto Rico. "If he holds
a vote in 2020, we pack the court in 2021," Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.)

On ABC's "This Week," George Stephanopoulos asked Speaker Pelosi about the
possibility of impeaching President Trump or Attorney General Barr as a way to
stall a Supreme Court confirmation in a post-election lame-duck session.

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If it becomes necessary, I say the democrats pull out all stops including whatever Armageddon option they have.  It may come to that.  When the democrats play nice what winds  up happening is the country is ruled by a conservative minority.  In the case of the supreme court that branch could be dominated by a majority that represents a conservative minority in the country.  It would be a further example of how poorly our system is working nowadays.   It shouldn't be a surprise that there are (And would likely be) demonstrations galore....some of which turn into riots that the conservatives are unable to curtail.  This shall wind up getting interesting.

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« Reply #72 on: September 20, 2020, 08:08:40 PM »
If it becomes necessary, I say the democrats pull out all stops including whatever Armageddon option they have.  It may come to that.  When the democrats play nice what winds  up happening is the country is ruled by a conservative minority.  In the case of the supreme court that branch could be dominated by a majority that represents a conservative minority in the country.  It would be a further example of how poorly our system is working nowadays.   It shouldn't be a surprise that there are (And would likely be) demonstrations galore....some of which turn into riots that the conservatives are unable to curtail.  This shall wind up getting interesting.

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So you don't believe that the Feds should stop violent anarchists from destroying US cities, assaulting bystanders and harming small businesses?

That's pretty sad because it could devolve into open civil war as normal people stand up for law and order on their own accord.

         
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« Reply #73 on: September 20, 2020, 08:48:22 PM »
So you don't believe that the Feds should stop violent anarchists from destroying US cities, assaulting bystanders and harming small businesses?

That's pretty sad because it could devolve into open civil war as normal people stand up for law and order on their own accord.

         
I think the protests will continue and at times escalate into rioting.  If they can't control it now, it will be more difficult assuming the protests become more prevalent.   As far as 'normal people', I don't think the people that go out shooting protesters are normal.  That is not their job. 

I never saw more people hit the streets as back in 2005 or 2006 when the illegal immigrants and supporters hit the streets in the millions.  The protests were largely peaceful, and that show of force has cowered the government from doing anything too drastic to them ever since.

I get the feeling trump will escalate this issue as he does most things, and the result will be bad, as it often is. 

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« Reply #74 on: September 20, 2020, 08:55:29 PM »
I think the protests will continue and at times escalate into rioting.  If they can't control it now, it will be more difficult assuming the protests become more prevalent.   As far as 'normal people', I don't think the people that go out shooting protesters are normal.  That is not their job. 

I never saw more people hit the streets as back in 2005 or 2006 when the illegal immigrants and supporters hit the streets in the millions.  The protests were largely peaceful, and that show of force has cowered the government from doing anything too drastic to them ever since.

I get the feeling trump will escalate this issue as he does most things, and the result will be bad, as it often is. 

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I hope for peace and that people will be calm and work through normal channels.

I hope you're wrong about Trump making things worse.

As I see it it's the media which deliberately pours gasoline on any crisis they can manipulate, and someone is financing these lawless riots.

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