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Jeff Danziger for September 23, 2020

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    lobo1939  2 months ago

    Romney’s nose is in the wrong place in this picture.

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    MontanaBill Premium Member 2 months ago

    Sometimes the common good trumps animosity.

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member 2 months ago

    Republicans are mentally ill pack animals. They will over throw democracy in greed.

    Romney was against Trump before he was for him. But here’s a chance to plague the USA with a religious Christian judge so they can establish their Catholic fascist state much like WWII Germany did.

    Lets face it, the fascist republicans will do anything for power, that is all they care about, the American people are just the cash cow to pay for it.

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    brwydave Premium Member 2 months ago

    Mitt lived up to my expectations – exactly.

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    The Love of Money is . . .  2 months ago

    Trump being the Religious that he is, would have enjoyed being a missionary during the Vietnam war. He’s always enjoyed the missionary position.

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    S&C = Dismayed&Depressed   2 months ago

    Let’s see?…the Rump had 4 student deferments and 1 medical deferment for bone spurs . Romney had 2 student deferments and one religious missionary deferment for his hazardius Morman missionary work in that dangerous place we know as France. Ummm?…I guess that makes them comrades-in-avoidance-of-military-duty ….

    VOTE THEM OUT, VOTE BLUE!!! GET RID OF THE CULT OF TRUMPELSTILTSKIN!!!

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    TLH1310 Premium Member 2 months ago

    Another example of a statement being misinterpreted.

    Here’s his statement: “The Constitution gives the President the power to nominate and the Senate the authority to provide advice and consent on Supreme Court nominees. Accordingly, I intend to follow the Constitution and precedent in considering the President’s nominee. If the nominee reaches the Senate floor, I intend to vote based upon their qualifications.”

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    Hossman  Premium Member 2 months ago

    Bidens asthma was real ? or was it his stuttering that kept Joe safe ?

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    Hossman  Premium Member 2 months ago

    Mitt went from hero with his impeachment vote to goat with the SCOTUS vote. Even the Senator from Utah knows how important it is to have a full Court for the election.

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member 2 months ago

    DHS gave millions to firm that employs wife of Trump’s acting secretary Chad Wolf

    https://www.rawstory.com/2020/09/dhs-gave-millions-to-firm-that-employs-wife-of-trumps-acting-secretary-chad-wolf/

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    BHALL77801  2 months ago

    From one sucker to another?

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    charliekane  2 months ago

    If you don’t like what ya see, vote Blue. Them Red basturds ain’t gonna help.

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    Andylit Premium Member 2 months ago

    You never know. Romney may be supporting cloture so he can vote No on whoever the nominee is.

    That way he can claim he supported the process but didn’t like the nominee.

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    MartinPerry1  2 months ago

    Romney came on board for exactly one reason: abortion. As an evangelical Mormon, that is the only issue that’s important and that he cares about. He was promised that the Court would most certainly revoke Roe v. Wade now.

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    FrankErnesto  2 months ago

    I never thought Romney had much character, after he spent Vietnam in Paris, on religious duties. Then he moved to Utah, to guarantee his own election.

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    Godfreydaniel  2 months ago

    Conservative pundit George Will: Sen. Lindsey Graham, the South Carolina contortionist, illustrates the perils of attempted cleverness by people with negligible aptitude for it. He says that the principle he enunciated in 2016 and reaffirmed in 2018 — that he would not support confirming a Supreme Court nominee in the last year of President Trump’s term — has expired. One reason he gives is — really — that Democrats in 2013 ended filibusters for circuit-court nominees.The pandemic of national cynicism that the likes of Graham exacerbate is engulfing the Supreme Court, an institution whose functioning will be especially damaged by it. Immediately after Justice Antonin Scalia’s death in February 2016, Senate Republicans concocted a principle in order to give a patina of high-mindedness to something they were determined to do anyway. Now, for the same purpose, they have concocted a codicil that essentially nullifies the principle. In 2016, slathering on populist rhetoric (about “the American people” having a “voice”), they proclaimed that no Supreme Court nominee should be confirmed in a presidential election year. Now they assert, without pretending to have an argument: Oh, never mind, because unlike in 2016, the Senate majority and the president are of the same party. […] Sixteen Republicans who were in the Senate in 2016 and who are seeking reelection this year said (Susan Collins did not say this) that refusing to confirm a new justice during a presidential election year was high statesmanship. How many will have the effrontery to vote for someone nominated while presidential voting is underway, or after the election even if the nominator loses?

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    Godfreydaniel  2 months ago

    And he continues: Republican senators correctly say that Senate Democrats, given a comparable opportunity, would behave with identical loutishness. Most Republicans argue, like kindergartners, that this justifies their behavior. But if just four non-plastic Republican senators do not ignore their caucus’s pretended 2016 principle, the coming nominee cannot be confirmed before the election. And if Trump loses, perhaps even this amazingly malleable Republican caucus might not confirm his nominee before Joe Biden’s inauguration. So, whomever Trump nominates might be about to have a tortuous Merrick Garland experience of disappointment.Suppose, however — not altogether implausibly — that the Republican Senate caucus is incapable of embarrassment. Suppose Biden wins and Democrats have a net gain of at least three Senate seats. And suppose that either before the election, or before the new Senate is sworn in on Jan. 3, Republicans confirm a new justice. And suppose Senate Democrats, spurred by their party’s enraged base and enabled by their quick abolition of the filibuster, enlarge the Supreme Court by at least four members (two fewer than Franklin Roosevelt envisioned).This would erase the principal achievement — three Trump nominees — for which Senate Republicans, during four years of canine obedience to the nominator, have rationalized shedding their dignity and shredding their reputations.

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    Godfreydaniel  2 months ago

    Mittens wasn’t in the Senate in 2016, so we don’t know if he is as much of a COMPLETE hypocrite as the other Republican Senators who were there at the time, and who betrayed their oaths of office (and, thus, obviously, betrayed the American people). We do know that just a few months ago, Mittens voted to remove Li’l Donnie from office (on account of high crimes, you see). So, somebody who is unfit for office is yet fit to nominate somebody to fill a lifetime appointment WHILE the election is already underway in at least 20 states????!!!!! I know Mormons don’t drink alcohol (at least, to be honest, they are not SUPPOSED to drink it……), but what in hell is Mittens drinking? Montana Swill?

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    VegaAlopex  2 months ago

    So, let me get this sequence. Mitt Romney thought that Drumpf was worthy of conviction on one article of impeachment, but he thinks that one of his nominees is still worthy of an affirm. Had Drumpf been convicted, he wouldn’t have had a nominee. His statement on center-right is also nonsense. The Nixon-Burger Court was center right. The Reagan-Rehnquist Court was further right. Uncle Thomas pushed it moreso, as no liberals of the name were left in 1991. Mitt’s hoping that the booboisie are that ignorant.

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    Nantucket Premium Member 2 months ago

    Mitt Collins

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    sufamelico  2 months ago

    So, now we will have a “Draft Dodgers Of America” club of some sorts ?

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    wiatr Premium Member 2 months ago

    Romney has always made me feel uncomfortable. He uncharacteristically had a few moments of looking like he had morals but he has now gone back to his usual self.

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    Daeder  2 months ago

    So the one Republican who was willing to speak the truth about the Tangerine Traitor’s high crimes is now supporting him?

    I guess Republicans really do have a perverse need to be on the wrong side of history.

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    seamusrmacdonald  2 months ago

    Romney is a Republican. When push comes to shove, they are all garbage. Barring the dissenters of course!! lol

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    jimchronister2016  2 months ago

    I am very disappointed in romney, I honestly believed he was the only republican senator left with guts enough to stand up to that psychopath! Now I see I was wrong, how sad!

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member about 2 months ago

    You are a wise man, MontanaBill!

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    MFRXIM Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Mshitt keeps proving his unworthiness for office.

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    NatureBatsLast  about 2 months ago

    Bird’s of a Feather

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