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originally posted by: Pyle
You are correct that the house gets no say, but that in no way precludes a FOIA request from happening. You could do one yourself for the very same info.
Do you think Kavanaugh would vote to overturn Roe vs. Wade?
originally posted by: Zanti Misfit
a reply to: Xtrozero
You know , it would not take the F.B.I. longer than a MONTH to ReInterview the Judge and that Little Girl along with All the Alleged Non Witnesses . Think that would Really have Satisfied those Mentally Challenged People on the Left Mr. X ?
originally posted by: Fallingdown
I think the Democrats screwed the pooch for the midterms and Nancy is now carrying the smoldering torch . Not only did they fire the conservatives up. The Dems also lost one of the time honored tools in their bag of dirty tricks .
They love to start a smear campaign in the 11th hour of any election. ( To be honest it’s been reliable tactic for both sides ). But this year when they try it conservative political ads will point back to the Kavanaugh fiasco and expose that tactic which will discredit it whether it’s true or not and it will also fire up the conservative base . ( win win )
I don’t know whether I want to see honest elections or see the Republicans use that tactic while the Democrats are forced to sit back and eat humble pie.
But either way the Democrats just kneecapped theirself .
originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: Pyle
Admitting to a mistake is simply not as impressive when one continues to make the same mistake over and over. At that point, it becomes willful ignorance instead of simple ignorance.
While simple ignorance is nothing to be ashamed of, willful ignorance is worthy of ridicule IMO.