Skip to comments.vanity - The next gambit: Flake, Collins and Murkowski won't vote for cloture
Posted on 09/30/2018 5:14:12 PM PDT by cotton1706
And around and around we'll go!
Since cloture is an archaic term and no longer relevant, that oughta work.
And Trump continues to break the GOPe. Win or lose the Kavanaugh nomination the GOPe is deader than Kelsey’s nuts. And this is good.
Keep poking the bear. I wonder if they know how close to Fort Sumter they are?
Did the Senate vote to at least debate it?
These people are painful.
It is The Sky Is Falling News out of Chickenscoop, Nebraska.
Would you pull this thread please if he can’t do better than this?
Keep poking the bear.
Right. Keep annoying President Trump, he will share some classified info with you and the rest of the country.
Cloture only requires 51 votes. If we cant get cloture then Kavanoaugh is done anyway.
McConnell said late Friday, all 51 GOP Senators will move forward
on a procedural vote. That was part of the deal he struck with the
holdouts regarding the FBI investigation.
Ed Rollins says he will spend whatever it takes to end their careers if they vote against Kav.
Made it up, stupid vanity.
Since we’ve gone nuclear on all judicial nominations (a good thing) this is moot.
If true, this is a sneaky way for those threee to say that they did not vote against him. Republican Party ought to reduce campaign funds for Murkowsky and Collins to zero. But they wont.
America is doomed no matter how you look at it. The only thing that can save us is for a terrorist to nuke Congress while in Session.
President Trump can wait and if all goes well in the election, he can nominate Kavanaugh when the Senate is in better shape.
So, it can still happen. Keep praying and stay optimistic.
I’m talking to myself here.
Or the Martians....
That’s a different vote from cloture. The motion to close debate can only be made after the Senate votes to commence debate. The RINO 3 could vote to open debate, to keep their commitment to Mitch, then turn around and vote against closing debate.
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