posted on 02/26/2003 10:52:15 PM PST
George Will, as usual, dead on target.
Mr. Will, you have just hit a grand slam home run. Answer that, Chuckie.
posted on 02/26/2003 10:59:32 PM PST
(It`s just for the fish and then the children)
The President said publicly today that he will stand besdie this man until he is confirmed! It is up to we the net folks to publicize the treachery of the democrat Seantors against our Constitution since we know damn well the lamestream media will not tell the truth and we hear the Senate Democrats lying every day!
posted on 02/26/2003 11:02:05 PM PST
(If you can read this, you've had life support from someone. Promote Life Support for others.)
George Will is a lot like that proverbial blind pig who occasionally runs across the proverbial acorn.
This is one of the times he manages to root one up.
It's too bad he wasn't all that concerned about the Constitution when the AWB was being debated.
posted on 02/26/2003 11:02:22 PM PST
(When I want your opinion, I'll beat it out of you.)
To: Pan_Yans Wife
to self for later reading
posted on 02/26/2003 11:05:27 PM PST
by Pan_Yans Wife
(Lurking since 2000.)
Most of the time, I'd give anything to have Congress frozen in its tracks for a few months. This Filibuster comes close to accomplishing that. Why the rush to end it? As long as it continues, democrats are hamstrung more than republicans.
The RATS are in the process of changing our legislative system. It is not just on judicial nominees. Last year little Tommy. as majority leader required the 60 vote super majority vote on anything he didn't want passed. They have sent the message that as long the people elect 40 dimwits, then it will be the dimwits that control the agenda.
"By thus nullifying the Presidents power to shape the judiciary, the Democratic Party will wield a Presidential power without having won a Presidential election."
Yes. And when a democrat is next in the White House, he won't get a single one of his nominees through the Senate unless he has a super-majority. The end result of what the democrats are now attempting is that we will no longer have a judiciary.
And if the President does not wage a fierce, protracted and very public fight for his nominee, he will display insufficient seriousness about the oath he swore to defend the Constitution
This will be the legacy Bush 20 years from now, he will be remembered for.
Not replacing Saddam.
posted on 02/27/2003 2:25:13 AM PST
(Don't have such an open mind, your brain falls out)
Solution? Get as many DemRats as possible out of Congress.
Oh, but that would require some backbone by our freinds, the Republicans.
Sorry, if we don't force them to sleep in the aisles on cots 24/7, then it's a farce. I don't care how many poor, put out GOPers might miss their fancy dinner in some posh Georgetown restaurant.
I'll run for Frist' seat here in Tenn if I have to. I'll be happy to take on the likes of Schumer and Lehay on the floor 24/7! I'm naturally wired and a night owl big time. Those pasty doughboys won't have a chance!
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