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I think I will know my opinion by how the left reacts and this is a good start, so far I think
Originally posted by Bout TimeBecause Ed, you're simply a caricature right now!
Originally posted by Bout Time3. Newsmax is a propaganda ( thought you needed to hear that again! )
Originally posted by Bout Time4. Orrin Hatch has shown himself to be, during the Clinton years, a reasonable & civic minded politician. Since the Neocon forced compliance for all sack-less Republicans, he's nothing but a schill and whore for Team Bush. He couldn't shine Shumers shoes.
Originally posted by Bout TimeEVERYTHING to do with getting focus offf of the White House Security leaks & treasonable offenses.
Originally posted by Bout Time2. Nuke plans to China - stolen during Reagan, Tested During Poppy, all this while Neil had the security contract for the Lab. Clinton? Yeah, right
Originally posted by Bout Time
3. If anybody is in safe numbers at ATS, it's you Ed - you've got all the post count monkeys this board can handle PLUS most of the Mods!
Originally posted by Bout Time4. NY Times is on par with Newsmax & WND!?! Not even your folks are backing you on that one....that's plain retarded, Ed!
Originally posted by junglejake
Yeah, I heard the quote on the radio, it was pretty funny.
Why rehash this two years after it's already happened, you ask? Because we're about to see it again. Regardless of what you think of NewsMax, Bout Time, they quoted the conversation directly. If they changed any of the quotes, you would see many who would like to see NewsMax go away sue them for libel. You don't. Quotes must be valid (plus, as I said, I did hear them on the radio).
Newsmax posts things and viewpoints that I agree with most of the time as does World nut Daily
Because we're about to see it again. Regardless of what you think of NewsMax, Bout Time, they quoted the conversation directly. If they changed any of the quotes, you would see many who would like to see NewsMax go away sue them for libel. You don't. Quotes must be valid (plus, as I said, I did hear them on the radio).
I like how anyone who disagrees with a political stand by some congressperson whom they respect, or used to respect, is suddenly a shill for disagreeing.
Shumer was asking John Roberts for his opinions on Supreme Court decisions he disagreed with. It's been tried before in the last 27 years, and every time the nominee has responded about the same way. Because those issues may be readdressed by the court, they don't want to give an opinion on potential cases without having been presented with the evidence that will come when said case comes up. That has been an acceptable answer. Always. However, Shumer, the...What, free thinking, non-partisan genius that he is, wouldn't let it go, and starts demanding that he name 3 court decisions he disagreed with. That's when Orrin Hatch stepped in and called them "dumbass questions."
The fact that Shumer was taken aback, and didn't expect Hatch's response gives more enforcement that he's "reasonable & civic minded politician", although I've wanted to sit him (Hatch) down at times and yell at him a bit asking him what the heck he was thinking with some proposals.
He does have redeeming qualities & the actual specifics of his career, which none of us know
Scrutiny free appointments are fascist
While Roberts holds meet-and-greet sessions with members deciding his fate, some Democrats have begun asking for documents Roberts wrote while working for both former Presidents Reagan and Bush.
Roberts worked in the Reagan White House counsel's office from 1982-1986. He also was principal deputy solicitor general, a political appointment in the administration of the first President Bush.
Originally posted by junglejake
hehe Just like Ruth Bader Ginsburg had absloutly no political ties. She was never in charge of a blatantly partisan group. Nope, not her.
Oh, if only the Republicans would pick middle of the roaders like Clinton did