It’s more about the powers of the Presidency at this point
Big government never contracts. It only grows more powerful
Some things require a sledgehammer, not a scalpel
Up to a point, anyway
Content versus container
Of course, it all comes down to Japanese sex robots in the end
Reviewing applications on his own
Push the button.
How about no?
Neil Gorsuch will likely be the end of Senate gang warfare
“…we can’t let him win something as important as a Supreme Court seat on a bluff.”
“…I have not found any reasons why this jurist should not be a Supreme Court Justice.”
“I doubt he’s going to get 60 votes.”
“My vote will be no and I urge my colleagues to do the same.”
Pretty much without comment
“There was no club at a Jesuit school about young fascists.”
A break in the ranks?
“So was that a surprise?”
An idea before its time… and brain power
“This is a stolen seat. This is the first time a Senate majority has stolen a seat.”
Moment of truth.
A time for choosing.
What’s in a name…. again
“If Obama is indeed in the mood for a final act of defiance toward these vandals…”
Moving to elected justices may solve one serious problem but it simply creates another
“You want people who are tranquil of mind and can analyze the issues and come to a conclusion that makes sense…”
“I think it gives all pro-life leaders pause.”
“This tweet is so vile.”
And so the Sun pilgrims cameth to see.
Lavrov: Unlikely to reciprocate?