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Thread: Chuck Grassley expects Supreme Court resignation 'this summer

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    I hope they all 3 leave this summer. Best case scenario.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bruss01 View Post

    I'll always believe that Scalia's vacant seat was not entirely due to natural causes if you get my drift... it's just too convenient that he expires in the final days of Obama's presidency. Not saying it was necessarily Obama, but that somebody somewhere in the machinery wanted him to get to make one last pick, and were able to make that happen. Could have even been international... heck who knows. It's occurred to me that it is possible he got a blood clot on his long air flight (had just been overseas) a few days before and that the activity on the ranch broke it loose and he died in his sleep from the embolism... .
    If that's the case their plan back fired. It would have been better for them to have taken out an older more liberal scj then they would have been replacing an Apple with an Apple (or a turd with a turd whatever) and the GOP wouldn't have fraught so hard...... no no wait, that doesn't make sense either because Hellary was supposed to take obummers place.......
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    I'd love to see some Constitutionalists slip through the conservatives. Piss off both incumbent parties!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flock6 View Post
    If that's the case their plan back fired. It would have been better for them to have taken out an older more liberal scj then they would have been replacing an Apple with an Apple (or a turd with a turd whatever) and the GOP wouldn't have fraught so hard...... no no wait, that doesn't make sense either because Hellary was supposed to take obummers place.......
    It made sense at the time because they were 99% sure Hillary would win and the polls were backing them up. When that black swan reared its head it upset a lot of applecarts. It did indeed backfire.
    In a crazy world, it's the crazy man who can get by - and it's about to get cray-cray up in here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruss01 View Post
    It made sense at the time because they were 99% sure Hillary would win and the polls were backing them up. When that black swan reared its head it upset a lot of applecarts. It did indeed backfire.
    They were counting on the mass media to convince the Trump supporters to stay home with their phony polls that were saying Hillary had a 98% chance of winning on the night before the election. We didn't give a crap what the polls said, and we exposed the media for what it truly is; mass propaganda. It was one of the greatest moments in US political history IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daelith View Post
    I'd love to see some Constitutionalists slip through the conservatives. Piss off both incumbent parties!
    This is what both parties should be doing; nominating and appointing judges on the Supreme Court who will adhere strictly to the Constitution. Unfortunately I don't believe true Constitutionalists will ever make it to the SCOTUS. I feel that the GOP does a pretty good job of appointing judges who are mostly faithful to the Constitution though; so I'm pretty much stuck with voting for the Republican Party in every election.

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    The Reps' nominees usually lean far too religious to be completely faithful to the Constitution. That's just as bad as the Dems leaning far too socialist for our Constitution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daelith View Post
    The Reps' nominees usually lean far too religious to be completely faithful to the Constitution. That's just as bad as the Dems leaning far too socialist for our Constitution.
    I agree with you on this, but you have to pick your poison. I feel that the negative effects from Democrat appointed judges FAR outweighs the Republican appointed judges. It's far from perfect, but that's the way things are.

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    Ginsberg or Breyer? Libs go into full retard.

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    With two red houses, a red oval office, and ready access to the nuclear option, they can go as retarded as they feel like and it'll be as effective as pissing in the wind.

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