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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Benjamin, May 18, 2016.
Release the hounds...
Why should anyone trust Trump to nominate someone from his list when he has stated that everything is negotiable?
I will give him credit for following through on this.
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You'll be repeating the statement with increasing frequency.
Trump's Supreme court list just sealed the deal for me. This is the single most important issue involved in the coming election.
Releasing the list now was a master stroke.
The eleven are:
Steven Colloton of Iowa
Allison Eid of Colorado
Raymond Gruender of Missouri
Thomas Hardiman of Pennsylvania
Raymond Kethledge of Michigan
Joan Larsen of Michigan
Thomas Lee of Utah
William Pryor of Alabama
David Stras of Minnesota
Diane Sykes of Wisconsin
I wouldn't hold my breath if I was you guys. He is just giving him self lots of room to negotiate. Just like every thing he has proposed is up for negotiation. For goodness sake he said in the debate stage that he would compromise with the Dems on the SCOTUS.
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I've never said I supported or opposed the man. But, I did want to get the list out for debate.
I do not trust Trump as far as I can throw him! He will be needing all the help he can get to defeat Hillary and he'll play republicans like a fiddle and he needs the conservative vote as well! Remember he has a very liberal sister that is probably foaming at the mouth right now with the thought of winning that seat! Remember satan is the father of all lies!
Diane Sykes would be good. Not familiar with the others.
One thing is for sure ...
If the Donald is elected many will have to eat crow... not saying which side of this debate - it's negotiable
Yes, and if that crow is imported from China it will cost 5 times as much as it costs now.
Kung Pao Crow?
Why trust any politician?
"Read my lips, no new taxes".
Herbert got hoo-dinked by the lying Democrats:
" Pretending to care about the deficit -- created exclusively by their own profligate spending -- Democrats demanded that Bush agree to a "balanced budget" package with both spending cuts and tax increases.
In June 1990, Bush did so, agreeing to tax hikes in defiance of his "read-my-lips, no-new-taxes" campaign pledge.
Again, Democrats, being Democrats, produced no spending cuts, and within two years the increased federal spending had led to a doubling of the deficit.
The Democrats didn't care: All that mattered was that they had tricked Bush into breaking his tax pledge, which they celebrated all the way to Bush's defeat in the next election."