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Roe v. Wade and the new SC Justice

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22 minutes ago, RallyMo said:

Ridiculous. Why, just two years ago, Merrick Garland got absolutely grilled during his confirmation hearings.

That's because Obama was being opportunistic in exercising his presidential right to nominate a Supreme Court justice during the final year of his presidency. Who did he think he was?

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6 hours ago, Taylor said:

I believe her. But it's despicable that Feinstein waited to inform the FBI until now, even though she learned about it in July. Talk about opportunism.

Why do you believe her?

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3 hours ago, Taylor said:

Is it stupid if the woman's allegation is true?

How many allegations have been proven false since the #metoo movement began? 

 

Steve Wynn

Duke Lacrosse

 

 

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2 hours ago, mtangelsfan said:

Why do you believe her?

Why don't you believe her? Do you not think it's suspicious that the Republicans had a whole slew of people ready to vouch for Kavanaugh as soon as the allegation came out?

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4 hours ago, Taylor said:

Why don't you believe her? Do you not think it's suspicious that the Republicans had a whole slew of people ready to vouch for Kavanaugh as soon as the allegation came out?

No.

It's SOP for both parties to run to the defense of their guy.

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9 hours ago, Taylor said:

Why don't you believe her? Do you not think it's suspicious that the Republicans had a whole slew of people ready to vouch for Kavanaugh as soon as the allegation came out?

I am not saying one way or another.  Seems to me a lot more information is needed.  

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8 hours ago, Taylor said:

Why don't you believe her? 

Well, for one, there really is no her to believe. The allegations are from an unverified mystery source that conveniently refuses to come forward or press charges. Facing ones accuser is one of the basics of American law. There is no one there, ergo there is nothing to discuss. 

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55 minutes ago, Rico said:

Kavanaugh's friend who is also accused in the letter is Mark Judge.  Dude wrote a book all about the wild parties he had in high school.

can you post the chapter where he tells the story about he and Kavanaugh sexually assaulted this girl? 

thanks 

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11 hours ago, Jason said:

At publishing time, new allegations had surfaced that Kavanaugh had utilized the Konami Code to beat Contra on the NES while in college.

Classic.

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17 hours ago, Taylor said:

Why don't you believe her? Do you not think it's suspicious that the Republicans had a whole slew of people ready to vouch for Kavanaugh as soon as the allegation came out?

A bunch of people saying "he didn't do anything bad to me" proves nothing in and of itself.  But the fact that multiple people actually went on record with it while this single accuser did not definitely makes a statement.  And that's where a bunch of comparisons with other stories (like Clarence Thomas) are wrong - anonymous accusations are far more problematic. You have a constitutional right to face your accuser.  And while this isn't a trial, the logic of the Confrontation Clause exists here too.

 

 

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The best part of this circus by the Democrats is that even if they got a rejection, the next candidate would be further right and they would have even less chance to stop the nomination. At least Kavanaugh is almost centrist. 

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9 minutes ago, Blarg said:

The best part of this circus by the Democrats is that even if they got a rejection, the next candidate would be further right and they would have even less chance to stop the nomination. At least Kavanaugh is almost centrist. 

Amy Coney Barrett, come on down!

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12 minutes ago, Blarg said:

The best part of this circus by the Democrats is that even if they got a rejection, the next candidate would be further right and they would have even less chance to stop the nomination. At least Kavanaugh is almost centrist. 

just like the impeach Trump movement.

Dems really need to learn how to see more than one move at a time.

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3 hours ago, Lou said:

just like the impeach Trump movement.

Dems really need to learn how to see more than one move at a time.

You can blame the TDS for clouding their thought process

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