09-23-2016, 12:53 PM
Um, yeah there's a question about that! Are you kidding me?!
Ok, start from the premise that there is zero difference between Trump and Hillary policy-wise. They both support the same view of government. Namely, that it can do whatever they want it to do at any given moment.
Now, we all know that it doesn't matter which policy a candidate supports, as much as it does the candidate that is pushing it. (Obama and Bush have basically done the same thing - the only difference is how people perceive their policies. Where's the anti-war left?!)
So, if they pick the exact same judges, which candidate has a better chance of getting them through Congress?! Hillary will face tough opposition on her choices because it will be politically-expedient for the GOP in power. But Trump?! Those nominations will go right through. Because he'll get nearly every GOP senator (save Paul, maybe Lee and Flake) but will pick up a decent portion of the dems because they will actually like his picks.
Danno, I think this idea is more of your wishful thinking than it will be reality.