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cognitivedissonance - 2016-02-19

Democracy is a failed ideology. I see that now.


ashtar. - 2016-02-19

The GOP's position on a lot of issues is to be unwilling to accept the decisions of the majority while still claiming the will of the people. So, they'd agree.


Meerkat - 2016-02-19

They have some weird idea that if they wait, a Republican will be elected and they will still control womens' bodies.

America really needs to just stomp the Republican party into paste.


Accidie - 2016-02-19

It's doing a pretty good job of that all by itself right now.


Cena_mark - 2016-02-19

What is this crap? They would not be pulling this shit if Romney won.


baleen - 2016-02-19

All Obama has to say is that Reagan picked a Supreme Court judge on his last year.

But this isn't able the rule of law, it's about mobilizing conservatives during an contentious election year.


baleen - 2016-02-19

abouuuut


Bort - 2016-02-19

https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/02/16/remarks-pre sident-obama-us-asean-press-conference

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"And I intend to nominate in due time a very well-qualified candidate. If we are following basic precedent, then that nominee will be presented before the committees; the vote will be taken; and ultimately, theyíll be confirmed. Justice Kennedy, when he was nominated by Ronald Reagan -- in Ronald Reaganís last year in office, a vote was taken, and there were a whole lot of Democrats who Iím sure did not agree with Justice Kennedy on his position on a variety of issues -- but they did the right thing; they confirmed him. And if they voted against him, they certainly didnít mount a filibuster to block a vote from even coming up."


baleen - 2016-02-22

Yup. If Obama casts a true moderate into the bag, the GOP will object anyway, which will make them look every worse to moderates, who are the golden fleece of the swing state vote.

That's what I think he's going to do.


Robin Kestrel - 2016-02-19

Let's Continue To Do Nothing For A Year didn't have quite the same ring to it, I guess.


Binro the Heretic - 2016-02-19

No, it's not for the people to decide.

The Constitution is pretty clear that the people don't get to decide who's on the Supreme Court.

Scalia, a hard-core originalist, would be the first to tell you that if he weren't dead.

Which he is.


jangbones - 2016-02-20

I WILL JERK OFF THE CONSTITUTION

except when it helps the blacks and the queers, of course, then fuck that old rag


gmol - 2016-02-20

Do all conservatives suck at drawing?


BorrowedSolution - 2016-02-21

Talent = Elitism so.. yes!


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