This is deceptive at best. There are only two occasions in post-Civil War history when a SCOTUS nominee was rejected and the President denied the opportunity to appoint a replacement: LBJ’s Fortas/Thornberry nomination, blocked by a Republican filibuster, and Garland. There were a few earlier examples when a President made nominations following his successor’s election.
Nonsense, oh friend of shirtless Vladimir. Just saying that the evidence is suggestive but not solid proof. But it’s nice that you admit this administration is more honest than the former guy’s.
Agreed. First it was allowed under the constitution, then banned for the 1920s, and relegalized in the 30s. Not exactly set in stone, although right to counsel is a better example.
Rashida Tlaib made an incredibly damfool tweet a day or two. No less than Bernie Sanders rejected it. There’s no point in defending it. It played into the hands of Trumpublicans. Just because Lisa Benson is a morally inept jackass doesn’t mean she can’t be right on rare occasions.
Payne is confused. Those are three things Marjorie Taylor Greene says will protect you from COVID.
OK, so we’re almost a whole day in. Am I the only one who remembers that whenever Abner wore gloves, he wore white gloves? And assuming this is an imposter, will this arc conclude with a (possibly ambiguous) encounter with an unhappy authentic Abner?
Other abandoned story lines: the Mole’s wedding, possibly crashed by body-never-found Jimmy Choo Shooz; what did Bribery and Lafayette talk about; who was in the Brush mask; Bribery’s abandoned aircar. More speculatively, where did the Moon Valley people really go (they couldn’t all hide in Antarctica without lighting up every weather/climate satellites)? And the Last Space Coupe was ready to hit relativistic speeds, slowing the occupants’ time to a crawl, so if they gained control of the ship, they could return with only days passing.
Did Abner ever make a stage villain entrance like this, announcing himself? Seems more like something Vera Alldid might do. Somebody’s probably got hold of Abner’s cache of special effects gear.
Let’s do it. We can start by improving Socialist Security and socialized medicine like Medicare. And maybe free vaccines for everyone, too.
I suppose Ramirez intends this to be criticism of some leftists, but he’s drawn the arrow heading to the speaker’s right, and his shirt is MAGA-hat red. While his opposite has a solid-state blue shirt. Major Freudian slip here?
Henry’s been hitting the airplane glue again.