Ancesthntr knows knee-jerk opposition is good politics:
If the Pubbies don’t fight WHOMEVER is the nominee tooth and nail - just because - then they are finished. NOW IS THE TIME TO FIGHT, TO SHOW THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE PARTIES."Just because" is some mighty good reasoning there!
Michael Barnes has some even better political advice:
This can be a real election year boon if they fight obama’s radical nominees...freedomwarrior998 on the possible candidates:
With the gloves off as well. Start calling these people out for the anti-Americans that they are. Call them Marxist's and Communists. Bring up the Communist Manifesto, keep hammering on it.
It's going to be the FDRQ Elena Kagan or Kathleen Sullivan (also a FDRQ).BTW, the Internets tell me FDRQ means "filthy disease-ridden queer." Liberal equals gay, of course; it's the acronym that's news here.
The stinking poo-flinging animal in the White House is catering to the sodomite lobby and wants to give them their own Justice. Watch and see, its going to be a FDRQ replacement.
Elena Kagan..............is my guess. radical leftist
Might as well choose a gang member
ikka don't know much about history:
FDR packed the court too ... it worked out so well for America ...AmericanInTokyo Goodwins the thread but good:
Adolph Hitler's contempt for traditional German law had been manifest from his earliest days as leader of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP). The NSDAP's Twenty-Five point programme of 1920 proposed that existing law 'be replaced by a German common law'. By implication the NSDAP believed that the primary purpose of law should be to serve a racially defined Aryan national community enshrined in a 'strong central state power' that would replace the democratic Constitution of 1919. Hitler shared the Party's rejection of the principle of equality for all before the law. However, by 1921 he had confused the exclusivist principles of the Party by imposing one of his own, namely that the 'Leader Principle' (Führerprinzip) should be the law of the Party. It was the 'will' of the Party's Führer, and therefore the 'law' of the NSDAP, that the single-minded, ruthless acquisition of political power should take priority over other considerations.