The Campaign For DA

3.16.2016

New Supreme Court Nominee



Delicious. Will the Senate turn him down and hand the election to Hillary? Yep.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nelson Mandella served 27 years in prison before becoming president so why can't Hillary?

Anonymous said...

Will a certain Wise County lawyer and liberal kook fail to win a single precinct in his bid for the district attorney's office?

Delicious.


Barry Green, Barry Green
Kookiest liberal that I've ever seen
Ninety Seven pound weakling
Barry Green. Oh Barry Green.

Anonymous said...

Another Jew?

wordkyle said...

In your opinion, is there anything Republicans can do, in any situation, that won't "hand the election to Hillary"? That's been your refrain since the campaign season began. But Liberal icon Salon, especially, has repeatedly cited reasons why HRC can't win. (e.g., "an ongoing FBI investigation, negative favorability ratings, questions about character linked to continual flip-flops, a dubious money trail of donors," etc.) Salon also says:

53.8% of all American voters have an “unfavorable” view of Hillary Clinton.

67% of American voters find Hillary Clinton “not honest and trustworthy,” compared with 59% for Donald Trump. Yes, more people trust Donald Trump. After all, it’s difficult to trust a politician who completely fabricated a story about being fired upon by snipers.

71% of men and 64% of women find Clinton “not honest and trustworthy.”


And that's from a publication that's on your side.

Anonymous said...

Don't know what your logic is. Why would denying him the position give Hillary the presidency any more than something else? It will only piss off the liberals who's going to vote for her anyway. Also, look at his age. Oldest nominee since 1971. Oh well, at least we wouldn't have to put up with him for as many years as the rest of the idiots.

Anonymous said...

If I worked as hard as these guys at getting out of the jobs they're elected to do, I'd be out of a job. These guys on the other hand, will continue to get paid for the rest of their life because idiots won't do any damn research and just think "oh, I've seen that name before, I'm going to vote for him now"

I don't even identify as a democrat, but there are 10 months left in Obama's presidency. He's doing his job, now do yours.

Anonymous said...

It is obvious by now that the US presidential elections are fixed. Vote for whoever you want but get ready for Hillary Clinton.

Anonymous said...

If the senate does delay a decision on the judicial nominee, it's no different than what Biden publicly stated should happen when he was in the senate under Bush. Same situation!

Anonymous said...

So she can nominate a 40 year old true liberal instead of a consensus building moderate.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely and then we get another 8 years of a "Do nothing" Congress because of the Republicans. The American people continue to hurt..... and blame the wrong people.

Anonymous said...

Considered a moderate, Garland, 63, is currently chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

Garland, who has earned praise from lawmakers of both parties in the past, was named to his current job by Democratic President Bill Clinton in 1997, winning Senate confirmation in a 76-23 vote. Prior to that, he worked in the Justice Department during the Clinton administration.

Republicans and their allies already have geared up to fight Obama's nominee. The Republican National Committee on Monday announced the formation of a task force that will work with an outside conservative group to spearhead attack ads.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has served as a springboard to the Supreme Court for several justices including Scalia in recent decades.

Obama may have been looking for a nominee who could convince the Republicans to change course. Garland could fit that bill with his moderate record, background as a prosecutor and history of drawing Republican support.

Rumors circulating Washington have named internet sensation Wordkyle as the leading contender for the attack ad task force.

(OK, I added that last line myself)

DF Chet Huntley

Anonymous said...

yes they will because they think trump can beet hillary.

Which he can't.

NiteOTL said...

just a thought.... Justice Ginsburg (Dem) is probably next to leave SCOTUS so confirm Justice Garland (Moderate) now, removing the possibility of uniting the Dems by holding up confirmation. Then replace Justice Ginsburg with a Constitutional Conservative when the time comes. Of course, this requires winning the White House in November. And if that doesn't happen, "What difference at that point would it make?"

Anonymous said...

and if he can't "beet" her, then maybe they can install prison bars around the White House.

Anonymous said...

Oh, get over it, Senators! Judge Wapner is dead and I'm not interested in the job. Confirm the guy already!

DF Judge Judy
DF Don't pee on my leg and tell me it's raining.

Anonymous said...

Is beeting Hillary akin to stoning her? Beets probably would hurt if thrown hard enough.

Anonymous said...

HRC will win only due to the people on the government take. No way in hell they will EVER vote for someone that will make any cuts to their government checks or programs.. Dem's have the non working voters for life.. Like they say don't feed the animals at the zoo they start to depend on it for life. When your only job skill is living off the government you get good at it

Anonymous said...

Not only will Hillary win, the Dems may win the Senate, too. Then see who is nominated and installed in the Supreme Court.
The Republicans are playing with fire here.

Anonymous said...

There is no such thing as a moderate liberal. The Republicans should adopt the Joe Biden rule and not let a lame duck president nominate a supreme court judge.

Anonymous said...

3:14

Right there with you. I'm thinking the GOP may want to move on this guy because if(when) Hillary wins, who knows who she would nominate.

Anonymous said...

Well, look at congressional approval polls. As few people as there are that trust her, she's still way the hell ahead of this republican congress.

wordkyle said...

It seems to me that the urge for Republicans to play ball and give Democrats what they want is exactly why Donald Trump has become so popular. Dems love it when their opponents surrender, and establishment Republicans are too comfortable saying "wait till next year" instead of actually opposing Democrats in a meaningful way. The popularity of both Trump and Sanders appears to be caused by a huge dissatisfaction from the rank and file on both sides (albeit for different reasons) with business as usual.

As someone else (I don't remember who) pointed out, congressional Republicans haven't had a meaningful victory in over a decade. They win elections by promising to fight for their constituency, then go along to get along once they're in DC.

Anonymous said...

Who knew there were so many political experts residing in and around Wise county Tx. Four years ago who would have thought the Dems Presidental candidates would be two Old White people lol lol lol