Quote Of The Day

From Sen. Lindsey Graham (v.2.0):

“Lastly, after the treatment of Justice Kavanaugh I now have a different view of the judicial-nomination process. Compare the treatment of Robert Bork, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Brett Kavanaugh to that of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan, and it’s clear that there is already one set of rules for a Republican president and one set of rules for a Democrat president.”

…although asking the Socialists to obey the rules of logic and fair play is like teaching your cat the virtues of veganism:  pointless, and you’re just going to be ignored.

But yeah, Senator:  give it to ’em good and hard, anyway.

7 comments

  1. There’s something I need to get off my chest, and this is as good a venue as any. I feel it’s morally incumbent upon me to share this: regardless of who Trump nominates to the court, I had an encounter with that person in 1972. Or maybe 1979, or it could’ve been 1994 – and that’s when that person sexually assaulted me. This vile sexual predator who made me his or her plaything, and assaulted me in 1972 or ‘79 or ‘94 should NOT be sitting on the court! I am happy to tell my story before the Senate in the event that the decent & saintly among us wish to hear my testimony.

  2. She tried to shove her hand into my bathing suit at the apartment complex swimming pool. I think it was 1986, or maybe 87, whichever will suit the accusation best.

  3. nominate, confirm and appoint now. It’s really simple.

    The Democrats have shown themselves to be nothing more than dirty character assassins. Look what they did to Bork, Thomas and Kavanaugh among others.

    Screw the Democrats anyway possible.

    JQ

  4. Just a thought, for consideration: the Senate is not required to hold hearings. Since they have the necessary majority, they can just formally accept the nomination, then hold the vote.

    The entertainment value of such an action would be priceless, as we would get to watch so many Dem heads explode, and it would provide full-time broadcasting for the alphabet networks. They’d have to begin 48/7 broadcasting.

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