Jack Ohman for September 22, 2020


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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member 2 months ago

    Moscow Mitch the Rump’s bitch was spouting praise over RBG just before he will take a dump on her legacy.

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    RAGs  2 months ago

    republicans have NO sense of “honor”, and their memories are highly selective.

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    akachman Premium Member 2 months ago

    Nauseating but not surprising. UnAmerican as they come, those two.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 2 months ago

    I mourn the passing of America. Being an old fat white guy with money, it won’t effect me for years, but others are going to suffer and that’s sad. I even see many of them going for Republicans who would love to put them in cages. I sure with the new SCOTUS witch burning and McCarthyism will come back.

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    Pickled Pete  2 months ago

    My problem with the Republicans is that ½ their lies just aren’t truthful, and the other ½ you just can’t believe. . . Support Minority Rule – vote Red!

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    FrankErnesto  2 months ago

    Like, Republicans care what we think.

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    cdward  2 months ago

    They are worthless pieces of filth.

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    Curiousity Premium Member 2 months ago

    …….and America

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    The Love of Money is . . .  2 months ago

    What a great photo-op. Moscow Mitch and Traitor Trump to view RPG laying in State as the first woman given that honor. Probably told not to show up by the family, however. . . . ./s

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    Pickled Pete  2 months ago

    Mitt Romney is an honorable man ~~ who knew?!? “I will support Donald Trump’s nominee”

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    Michael G.  2 months ago

    They’ll carpool to Arlington at 4 AM to dance on her grave in a couple of weeks.

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    fritzoid Premium Member 2 months ago

    At one point Merrick Garland was considered acceptable by Senate Republicans. So renominate Garland.

    Problem solved.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  2 months ago

    The Republican “rulebook” only has two lines: “We can do whatever we want. You will do what we tell you.”

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    charliekane  2 months ago

    Equal Justifications Under Lies-priceless.

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    Godfreydaniel  2 months ago

    I wanted to write a satire about a Justice dying a couple days before the election, Li’l Donnie nominating whatever person the Federalist Society “advises” him to, Li’l Donnie losing the election in a landslide so obvious that even Mitch can see it, but ramming through the nominee between the election and Biden’s inauguration. Then I thought, why give them ideas?

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    Andylit Premium Member 2 months ago

    Election Year appointments since 1900

    On March 13, 1912, President William Taft, a Republican, nominated Mahlon Pitney to succeed Justice John Marshall Harlan, who died in October of 1911. The Republican-controlled Senate confirmed Justice Pitney five days later on March 18, 1912.

    On January 28, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat, nominated Louis Brandeis to succeed Justice Joseph Rucker Lamar, who died on January 2, 1916. The Democratic-controlled Senate confirmed Justice Brandeis on June 1, 1916.

    Only a month later, on July 14, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson nominated John Clarke to replace Justice Charles Evans Hughes, who resigned from the Court on June 10, 1916. Justice Clarke was confirmed by the Senate on July 24, 1916.

    On February 15, 1932, President Herbert Hoover, a Republican, nominated Benjamin Cardozo to succeed Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, who retired from the Court on January 12, 1932. A Republican-controlled Senate confirmed Justice Cardozo on February 24, 1932.

    On January 4, 1940, President Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat, nominated Frank Murphy to succeed Justice Pierce Butler, who died on November 16, 1939. A Democratic-controlled Senate confirmed Justice Murphy on January 16, 1940.

    On November 30, 1987, President Ronald Reagan, a Republican, nominated Justice Anthony Kennedy to succeed Justice Louis Powell, who retired on June 26, 1987. A Democratic-controlled Senate confirmed Justice Kennedy on February 3, 1988, by a vote of ninety-seven to zero.

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    chromosome Premium Member 2 months ago

    I didn’t know that the 2 statues seated at either side of the entrance to the Supreme Court building were gargoyles.

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    wiatr Premium Member 2 months ago

    Now that they’re there, where’s that cement truck?

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