Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Politics' started by Crabtownboy, Mar 24, 2016.
"The duties of the United States Senate are set forth in the Constitution of the United States. Nowhere in that document does it say the Senate has a duty to give presidential nominees a vote." ~ Harry Reid
“The Senate’s constitutional duty to give a fair and timely hearing and a floor vote to the president’s Supreme Court nominees has remained inviolable.” ~ Harry Reid
That surely is a liberal position to take. Go read you Constitution again and try to understand that a concept is there even if the exact words are not. You flaming liberal. My, my out of the closet now.
Haven't you posted negative comments about H. Reid's intelligence in the past?
Does anyone know what this guy is talking about?
And, 2001 was the beginning of Bush's term. Either way, who here thinks McConnell is a bastion of conservatism?
Only the imp on his shoulder.
Then: First year of a new President's first term
Now: Last year of a two-term President's last term.
The Senate needs to do their jobs or get voted out.
They are doing exactly what they were elected to do—stop Obama.