Codrea: What’s Different This Time? Dead Elephants Have Poor Record On ‘Conservative’ SCOTUS Nominees

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No fooling.

So far, has any R committed to asking these 5 simple questions?

REPUBLICANSTHIRST

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5 responses to “Codrea: What’s Different This Time? Dead Elephants Have Poor Record On ‘Conservative’ SCOTUS Nominees

  1. Genuinely tired of hearing someone compared to Scalia, who I also was not a fan of, certainly not as a benchmark. (HIs idea of the issue of secession was that judicially it was “settled law” based on the outcome of the War of Northern Aggression.) David’s questions are valid and, like him, I expect to not hear a single one uttered by the dais-sitters. Even if they were, such hearings are largely circus and everything becomes a “hypothetical upon which I can’t comment.”

  2. The Usual Suspect

    We are only going to get this one chance !

  3. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  4. You can bet the Senate Majority Whip has counted the votes BEFORE the questions are asked and BEFORE the vote. It’s all kabuki theater. If the Majority Whip doesn’t have 60 votes, chances are McConnell will go nuclear for SCOTUS appointees.

    I have little faith in Gorsuch being any kind of strong 2A supporter, if only because he seems to be a devout Episcopal.

    /r
    Grey Ghost

  5. Are there any true patriotic and conservative lawyers at that level to choose from?