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    11-09-2018, 06:05 PM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uDxF5q0V9s I think I would be really offended if I were Toby Keith. :tears:
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    11-08-2018, 05:11 PM
    You know, I don't think I'm in a hurry to have her gone. As nice as it is to have more conservatives on the Supreme Court, I think it's good to still have some balance. Remember all the attacks in the Constitution that came during Bush's presidency. Right now we have all the leftist craziness (but not from RBG). But there may come a time we wouldn't want all of one party (either party) on the Supreme Court. Ok. and before someone points out that it's unlikely we would ever have all of one party, don't take it too literally. If we had only one or two of one party (or maybe even 3), it would be almost like having all of one party.
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    11-08-2018, 04:58 PM
    Gasp! :astonished: :tears:
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    11-08-2018, 10:50 AM
    Ok, I know it's a joke, but where's the logic? Why would Hillary want another conservative in the Supreme Court?
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    11-07-2018, 04:29 PM
    The Supreme Court Justice confirmation has not always been such a contentious process. And Lindsey Graham was not the only one disturbed by it. Ruth Bader Ginsburg also said she felt it was wrong when she was asked. When she was confirmed, it was 96 for, and only 4 opposed. Those were more normal numbers in those times. It didn't become so partisan until Bush jr was in office. We don't want someone as a justice who doesn't respect the 4th amendment. But the circus that took place was something different. If Kavanaugh is guilty until proven innocent, eventually we are all guilty until proven innocent.
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    11-07-2018, 02:57 PM
    The left has an extremely short attention span when it comes to the Constitution. They may cling to an instance of executive overreach, but they're not concerned about much of anything else that is Constitutional. The OP said we could consider his "button pushed". Well, mine has been pushed, too, but not by one incident or issue. The left has gone so far left in the last two years that what was previously extreme far left is now mainstream. So many of them now openly are for socialism. For over 20 years, I have been critical of both Democrat and Republican presidents. And Trump is obviously more authoritarian than libertarian. But I have been concerned, in the last two years, more about the people than the President. I'm thinking of something that was said by a Professor who was previously a Marxist, and is now Libertarian. The wake up call for him was when he saw, under the left's veneer of equalitarianism, there was totalitarianism.
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    10-28-2018, 05:31 PM
    He lives in Florida and has multiple felony convictions there. Florida is one of only three states in which, if you are convicted of a felony, you lose your voting rights for life. (That may change, as it is up for a vote for this election.) But still. Tell me how he's supposedly "a registered Republican"? It's just one more thing about the official story that seems questionable.
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