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easyrider123
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Date Posted:05-10-2018 07:00:05Copy HTML

Honestly, let's get real here................. people really need to get off this stupid partisan clown wagon. It's embarrassing and doesn't hold with what were once considered American Values.


Why Kavanaugh Shouldn't Be Confirmed

Regardless of what the FBI finds, he’s shown himself to be unfit

Throughout the day, Kavanaugh came across as defensive, entitled, angry, and evasive.  The fact that he refused to embrace an investigation that might clear him was particularly damning. (Photo: ANDREW HARNIK/Getty Images)

Throughout the day, Kavanaugh came across as defensive, entitled, angry, and evasive.  The fact that he refused to embrace an investigation that might clear him was particularly damning. (Photo: ANDREW HARNIK/Getty Images) 

The Republicans managed to make Thursday’s hearing a he said/she said debate, and they managed to make the standard for disqualifying Kavanaugh one of proving him guilty, “beyond a reasonable doubt” exactly as they wanted to do.

And by having only two witnesses, Dr. Ford and Judge Kavanaugh, it was a forgone conclusion that burden wouldn’t be met, although certainly Dr. Ford came across as far more credible than Judge Kavanaugh.

But as many have pointed out, the Senate’s advice and consent role is more like a job interview than a criminal trial.

The Democrats – and America -- won a small victory when Senator Flake, a Republican, made an FBI investigation a requirement for his support of Kavanaugh. But the White House’s limitations on the FBI’s investigation is likely to result in a they-said/he said conclusion.

Regardless of what the FBI does or does not discover, Kavanaugh must still pass the job interview, and on Thursday, he flunked it.  Badly. In fact, he flunked it a decade ago.

But the fact is, regardless of what the FBI does or does not discover, Kavanaugh must still pass the job interview, and on Thursday, he flunked it.  Badly. In fact, he flunked it a decade ago.

Senator Hirono framed what should have been the clear statement of the Committee’s purpose in her questioning, when she said, “There’s certainly no entitlement for you to be confirmed to the Supreme Court.” And when she went on to ask, “Are the credibility, character and candor of a nominee, things for us consider in your job interview?” Temperament is no doubt a part of character, but it could have been highlighted. 

Throughout the day, Kavanaugh came across as defensive, entitled, angry, and evasive. The fact that he refused to embrace an investigation that might clear him was particularly damning. This, despite his repeated assertions that his name and reputation had been ruined and his family harmed. One would think an innocent man facing such circumstances would demand further investigations and the opportunity to clear him that they would offer.  The clear inference is that Kavanaugh doesn’t believe an investigation would clear him – in fact, the anger and desperation he demonstrated suggested that he saw this hearing as nothing more than a threat to secure his coveted prize.

Those responses alone suggest there is legitimate cause for disqualifying Kavanaugh from consideration.  Again, no one is entitled to be a Supreme Court Justice, and no one who values the laws and constitutional principles that are the underpinnings of this country’s system of government could possibly object to further study of a candidate’s eligibility in the face of such allegations. That is the very minimum that the Senate’s advice and consent role requires.  So Kavanaugh’s ill-tempered and petulant attempts to dodge questions, suggests he lacks the character and temperament required for the job, and worse, that he has no respect for the laws, principles and processes underpinning our system of government. His entire demeanor reeks of an upper class, white male privilege, angry at being frustrated in what he feels should be his manifest destiny.

In fact, Judge Kavanaugh has a history of deception and outright lying that goes back some time. For example, he intentionally mislead the Senate in 2004 and 2006 while under oath when he claimed to he had not received any of the documents stolen from the Democratic members of the Judiciary Committee, when his own emails show he did.  He also claimed that he had no knowledge about warrantless wiretapping – again under oath – when his own emails show he was involved in the program.  Finally, his testimony claimed he had no knowledge of detention and torture of enemy combatants, when there are at least three cases where records show conclusively that he was involved and had knowledge.

There’s been a debate about whether these lies rise to the level of perjury, but here again, this isn’t the standard by which we should judge his fitness to be a Supreme Court Justice.  The mere fact that he is not a criminal does not qualify him to sit on the highest court in the land. And the fact that he attempted to dissemble and deceive, under oath, should have disqualified him.

But the biggest lie of all, may be his carefully crafted life story in which he portrays himself as a studious, religious young man and boy, absorbed in academics, sports and volunteering for good causes, too busy to be engaging in sex, drinking or partying. 

Kavanaugh’s choir boy performance fell apart when his friends came forward to refute it; when his calendar revealed he was interested in parties, drinking “skies” and a 100 kegs quest; and when his yearbook revealed him to be an entitled rich kid who thought rules and propriety were for others.    

 On the whole, I preferred the honesty of George Bush who said, “When I was young and stupid, I was young and stupid,” or Barack Obama who openly admitted to doing drugs in his youth.   The Democrats, in allowing the sexual allegations to be the focus of their objections, and in failing to drive home the fact that this was not a criminal trial with a heavy burden of proof, but rather a broader investigation of his fitness to serve on the nation’s highest court, have helped the Republicans to bypass the issue of character, candor and honesty.

It is quite possible the FBI investigation will not result in any conclusive findings.  With only four witnesses being interviewed – one a man who was Kavanaugh’s best friend and possible accomplice in a crime he’s accused of -- that’s a likely outcome.

The Republicans will then say the investigation exonerated Kavanaugh and move swiftly to approve him. The Democrats, in allowing the sexual allegations to be the focus of their objections, and in failing to drive home the fact that this was not a criminal trial with a heavy burden of proof, but rather a broader investigation of his fitness to serve on the nation’s highest court, have helped the Republicans to bypass the issue of character, candor and honesty.

The fact is, Kavanaugh should never have gotten this far, and by failing to confront his past lies and allowing the debate to be framed in a “guilty vs not guilty” context, Democrats may have failed to derail what is a monstrous threat to an essential institution.



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Fine cathy, now tell me why you want Kavanaugh confirmed............. 

What is it specifically that makes you say that?


I don't want to put words in Cathy's mouth but I'm guessing she wants someone who would interpret the Constitution not try to re-write it from the bench. Personally that is all I want from any SCOTUS judge.



Well then freebird, what makes you think Kavanaugh will do so. His history says otherwise, or haven't you even vetteed the guy on your own? 


I don't believe either you or cathy has a clue. Both of you just vote straight Republican ticket, never actually knowing much about the person. There's really no other explanation for people who consistently vote against their own interests. Do these Repubs at least kiss you before they ram it up your ass, or are you so brain dead you don't ebven know it when you're getting screwed.  Yeah, that's it I'm sure..........



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Well then freebird, what makes you think Kavanaugh will do so. His history says otherwise, or haven't you even vetteed the guy on your own? 

Well by all means point it out.


I don't believe either you or cathy has a clue.


LOL an you do? The Constitution for your socialist ilk is synonymous with toilet paper. You know the ones who cheer on social media companies for censoring conservatives, the ones who think the our Consitution is a "living document" to be changed or ignore on a whim, the ones who think only government should have guns, the ones who think those accused of rape give up their rights to due process, the ones who think the Constitution gives them the right to on demand abortions, the ones who think they should be able ignore our immigration laws and harbor illegals from the federal government, the ones who think they can ignore our drug laws, the ones who were against gay marriage and illegal immigration before they were for it, the ones who trade their privacy for the promise of government security, the ones who think the deep state is above the law, the ones who think government spying by the government is okay as long as its conservatives who are being spied on, the ones who think the Constitution and government grants you your rights instead of protects them. 

 

Both of you just vote straight Republican ticket, never actually knowing much about the person.


I know far more about who I'm voting for more than you do, I'm sure. You're too busy posting anti Israeli Jew propaganda to know what is going on here. You may be an expert on the poor Palestinians but you're an idiot like most on the left when it comes to the Constitution, other than knowing how to shread it.


There's really no other explanation for people who consistently vote against their own interests.

Sorry, I didn't realize the corrupt lying Hillary was looking after my interest or justices like Ginsberg.


Do these Repubs at least kiss you before they ram it up your ass, or are you so brain dead you don't ebven know it when you're getting screwed. 

Isn't that the reason why you supported gay marriage, so you could become an expert on getting it legally "rammed up your ass".


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Re:KAVANAUGH Should Never Have Gotten This Far!

Date Posted:08-10-2018 06:05:58Copy HTML

Hell no. Brett Kavanaugh is one of the most unqualified and disqualified people ever to serve in the judiciary at all, let alone the Supreme Court. He’s angry because he can’t believe that he’s being defied, let alone on such a scale. He’s a belligerent, drunken, privileged, overgrown bully who has never been held accountable for his actions and cannot cope with that when it happens only now.

First of all, he was barely even a judge when he got a huge promotion because of cronyism. He hadn’t even tried a whole case when Dubya appointed him directly to the DC Circut in 2003.

What was his entire professional experience? As a hatchet man for the Republican party. He had worked for Ken Starr on the impeachment of Bill Clinton, where he was known for being especially salacious, vicious, and dirty, even by that team’s standards. That’s much of what he meant when he said that this whole thing was revenge for the Clintons.

Kavanaugh had worked with Dubya to help find legal-sounding cover for his torture program and coached his judicial nominees on how to sneak past confirmation hearings. That’s actually pretty easy when they aren’t high profile like this, but ol’ Brett is real achiever you see, and he wanted to get some real proper crooks through, so he taught them how to lie and get away with it. He even went so far as to steal data from Democrats like Pat Leahy to see what they might ask about. Yes, he’s literally a thief.

Then there’s his judicial record, where he sides with the richer interest almost every time. He’s ruled for warrantless wiretapping and against Net Neutrality. Remember this? Parkland father rejects White House excuses after Kavanaugh fails to shake hands That had to do with his terrible record on guns, including opposition to assault weapons bans.

He doesn’t think that a sitting president can be indicted or subpoenaed. How convenient for Trump.

Then, there is his temperament. Yes, he was upset during the hearing and that’s understandable, but a judge must keep a level head even when very upset. Or at least do a much better job of it. He was downright unhinged, almost violent, and that’s no exaggeration. Again, this is not a criminal trial, it is a job interview. Would you hire someone who acted like that?

Every time Ford and Kavanaugh dodged a question, in one chart

Would you hire an applicant who refused to answer half of your questions and lied in half of the answers that he did give? Yes, he lied. Under oath. Many times. In fact, since digging deeper into this and his previous hearings, it’s been found that Brett Kavanaugh has literally never appeared before Congress without lying.

He lied about even petty things like the slang terms and whether he had watched Dr. Ford’s testimony. He did it by reflex, as abusers and addicts often do. This is a man who cannot be trusted, with anything let alone a judgeship, let alone a seat on the Supreme Court.

Opinion | All of Brett Kavanaugh’s lies, distortions and absurdities



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What truth were they uninterested in,  you fucking blowhard??? 

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Hell no. Brett Kavanaugh is one of the most unqualified and disqualified people ever to serve in the judiciary at all, let alone the Supreme Court. He’s angry because he can’t believe that he’s being defied, let alone on such a scale. He’s a belligerent, drunken, privileged, overgrown bully who has never been held accountable for his actions and cannot cope with that when it happens only now.

First of all, he was barely even a judge when he got a huge promotion because of cronyism. He hadn’t even tried a whole case when Dubya appointed him directly to the DC Circut in 2003.

What was his entire professional experience? As a hatchet man for the Republican party. He had worked for Ken Starr on the impeachment of Bill Clinton, where he was known for being especially salacious, vicious, and dirty, even by that team’s standards. That’s much of what he meant when he said that this whole thing was revenge for the Clintons.

Kavanaugh had worked with Dubya to help find legal-sounding cover for his torture program and coached his judicial nominees on how to sneak past confirmation hearings. That’s actually pretty easy when they aren’t high profile like this, but ol’ Brett is real achiever you see, and he wanted to get some real proper crooks through, so he taught them how to lie and get away with it. He even went so far as to steal data from Democrats like Pat Leahy to see what they might ask about. Yes, he’s literally a thief.

Then there’s his judicial record, where he sides with the richer interest almost every time. He’s ruled for warrantless wiretapping and against Net Neutrality. Remember this? Parkland father rejects White House excuses after Kavanaugh fails to shake hands That had to do with his terrible record on guns, including opposition to assault weapons bans.

He doesn’t think that a sitting president can be indicted or subpoenaed. How convenient for Trump.

Then, there is his temperament. Yes, he was upset during the hearing and that’s understandable, but a judge must keep a level head even when very upset. Or at least do a much better job of it. He was downright unhinged, almost violent, and that’s no exaggeration. Again, this is not a criminal trial, it is a job interview. Would you hire someone who acted like that?

Every time Ford and Kavanaugh dodged a question, in one chart

Would you hire an applicant who refused to answer half of your questions and lied in half of the answers that he did give? Yes, he lied. Under oath. Many times. In fact, since digging deeper into this and his previous hearings, it’s been found that Brett Kavanaugh has literally never appeared before Congress without lying.

He lied about even petty things like the slang terms and whether he had watched Dr. Ford’s testimony. He did it by reflex, as abusers and addicts often do. This is a man who cannot be trusted, with anything let alone a judgeship, let alone a seat on the Supreme Court.

Opinion | All of Brett Kavanaugh’s lies, distortions and absurdities




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What truth were they uninterested in,  you fucking blowhard??? 


You will not get an answer to a meme.

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Because the vast majority of memes, most especially political ones these days, are utter bullshit.

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Come to the Dark Side. We have cookies. The advantage of insinuations over hard arguments is that they bypass critical thought. No one can respond precisely to a charge that is utterly vague or to accusers who will envelope any reply in a poisonous fog of further insinuations. ~ David Warren, The Guardian There was a time when there was enough freedom that it hardly mattered which brand of crooks ran government. That has not been true for a long time and that captures an important point. The more powerful the government becomes, the more people are willing to do in order to seize the prize, and the more afraid they become when someone else has control. ~ Glenn Harlan Reynolds “The urge to save humanity is almost always only a false-face for the urge to rule it. Power is what all messiahs really seek: not the chance to serve.” ― H.L. Mencken
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THE DEMOCRATS OVERPLAYED THEIR HAND, AS THEY HAVE BEEN DOING SINCE NOVEMBER 2016: John Podhoretz: Kavanaugh: The Surprise Ending

Ford’s testimony was powerful, and had she been able to surface a piece of evidence as insubstantial as a piece of down—but one with any substance whatsoever—Kavanaugh would not have survived it. But she didn’t. And she hasn’t. The entire planet knows who she is, knows her story, and knows her claims. Not a single piece of corroboration has emerged. It is fair to assume there isn’t any. We don’t destroy people when someone says “trust me, he’s bad.” We don’t … unless we want to destroy him anyway and are willing to use any piece of evidence to hand.

In addition to the folks who assumed Kavanaugh was guilty because he’s a “privileged white male” and presumptively anti-abortion (a non sequitur, I know), and those who didn’t care if we was guilty, there were those who really, really wanted him to be guilty because it would affirm some narrative or other. But what kind of people *want* a prominent federal appellate judge, former secretary to POTUS, to turn out to be a gang rapist?


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Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, meets with Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh at her office, before a private meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

Republicans like Collins always accuse their opponents of their own crimes and misdeeds. So when Collins called the crowdraising fund dedicated to ousting her for voting “yes” on Kavanaugh an attempt to bribe her sorry ass, we can only suppose it’s because the amount was simply too small to take seriously. She’d apparently already accepted a bribe from some dark money group that was much more lucrative. 

Collins calls crowdfunding to get her to oppose Kavanaugh a 'bribe'

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) says she is not swayed by crowdfunding aimed at encouraging her to oppose Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, comparing the effort to a "bribe."

"I consider this quid pro quo fundraising to be the equivalent of an attempt to bribe me to vote against Judge Kavanaugh," Collins told conservative news outlet Newsmax.

thehill.com/...

Susan Collins Gets ‘Six Figure’ Payback From Dark Money Group After Voting ‘Yes’ On Kavanaugh

A “dark money” group that spent millions promoting Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation effort announced on Tuesday that it’s rewarding Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) with a new “six-figure TV and digital ad campaign” in support of her re-election after she voted for Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

The group, Judicial Crisis Network, issued a press release expressing its gratitude to Collins for her “yes” vote.

“Thank you Susan Collins for thoughtfully reviewing Judge Kavanaugh’s judicial record and weighing the evidence, and for being a reasonable voice during this incredibly divisive time,” Carrie Severino, the group’s chief counsel and policy director, said.

Judicial Crisis Network was one of several well-funded dark money groups to support the accused sexual assaulter’s nomination.

This raises a serious question: Did Collins accept a bribe in exchange for her vote?

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From Borowitz in the NewYorker


"In a setback for the newest Associate Justice on his first day at work, Brett Kavanaugh said on Tuesday that he was 'very disappointed' to learn that the Supreme Court does not have a happy hour.

"Kavanaugh told reporters that he made the horrifying discovery as the clock ticked down to 5 P.M. and 'everyone was still in their offices working and stuff.'

“'I mean, I couldn’t believe it,' Kavanaugh said. 'I had been busting my tail for six hours, and I needed to blow off some steam.'

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the member of the Court who delivered the bad news to Kavanaugh. 'When she told me, I guess I started crying a bit, which I now regret,' he said. 'She just kind of closed her office door and went back to work or whatever.'

Kavanaugh’s unpleasant discovery that the Supreme Court has 'absolutely no drink specials' has left him wondering if his bruising confirmation battle 'was even worth it.'

“'This place blows,' he said."


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Tell me EZ... How does it feel to be nothing but a shit smearing chimp???

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be sure to un mute the song

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Just more proof your dumb ass doesn't belong in the white house. Good riddance.

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What the hell is wrong with Sanders that he cannot grasp the burden of proof is with the prosecution and the accuser?


The accused can sleep through the whole damned proceeding, LOL!

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Looks like his problems aren’t over. http://dctribune.org/newly-released-photo-of-kavanaugh-and-one-of-his-accusers-proves-to-be-damning-leads-to-perjury/ Looks like he may have reached out and tried to control the story narrative with other potential witnesses prior to his testimony, which means he committed felony perjury when he said it was the first time he heard of the Ramirez accusations.
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Yawn.  Where have you been?


You wipes are NOT going to get Kavanaugh or anyone else impeached.


Why don't you try to focus on something important to the country, like rising stock prices for Desitin?

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From Borowitz in the NewYorker


"In a setback for the newest Associate Justice on his first day at work, Brett Kavanaugh said on Tuesday that he was 'very disappointed' to learn that the Supreme Court does not have a happy hour.

"Kavanaugh told reporters that he made the horrifying discovery as the clock ticked down to 5 P.M. and 'everyone was still in their offices working and stuff.'

“'I mean, I couldn’t believe it,' Kavanaugh said. 'I had been busting my tail for six hours, and I needed to blow off some steam.'

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the member of the Court who delivered the bad news to Kavanaugh. 'When she told me, I guess I started crying a bit, which I now regret,' he said. 'She just kind of closed her office door and went back to work or whatever.'

Kavanaugh’s unpleasant discovery that the Supreme Court has 'absolutely no drink specials' has left him wondering if his bruising confirmation battle 'was even worth it.'

“'This place blows,' he said."



Perhaps a good enema cleanse will help clear your brain Dobbo!

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