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    Nevertheless, #HePersisted

    Nevertheless, #HePersisted

    The Gorsuch hearings have been very Sad! for Democrats so far

    Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearing today was blah, blah, (try to stay awake), (don’t let anyone know you’re snoozing), (Dem Senators made to look foolish), (trite platitudes repeated endlessly on media).

    You still with me.

    Sure, there were some real moments, but they were entirely focused on Democrat Senators who were made to look like fools.

    Like when Dick Durbin tried to tag Neil (may I call him Neil?) with some obviously nonsense, political statement from a former female law student of his about asking women during job interviews about plans to get pregnant. Durbin still is stammering “What hit me, what hit me?

    No one laid a glove on Gorsuch. Seriously, the questioning was pathetic. Sheldon Whitehouse had trouble framing a question.

    Al Franken, who never is the adult in any room, wasn’t any better:

    Through it all, Democrats repeatedly didn’t like the answers and would cut off Gorsuch, sometimes mid-sentence, like at the end of the Franken clip above.

    Nevertheless, he persisted.

    And barring the equivalent of a meteor hitting, you can say hello to Mr. Justice Neil Gorsuch.


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    TX-rifraph | March 22, 2017 at 3:37 am

    “…Democrat Senators who were made to look like fools.”

    Gee, they sound like victims! They simply demonstrated that they actually are fools.

    Yoo hoo proffessor. Over here!
    Please please look here.
    fImportant message.

    I’m having a problem with firefox. I can’t comment because the text does not show up. I don’t know why that is since I’m commenting from brave right now.

    I thought you should know because a lot of people trying to comment will just give up and go away. Sorry to have interrupted.

    Back to regular broadcast, plus I have to remember what i wanted to say.

    PS: I can post to other forums on firerfox. So it’s not my side.

    One of the Senators said she will go through antitrust on the second go around. I’m looking forward to see how much his thinking conforms to Robert Borks.

    Also IP and what he thinks of Prometheus and Alice.

    What was the story behind what Durbin was asking? It has me a bit confused.

    Also does anyone know where I can get gavel to gavel videos so I can go over the stuff that I missed. Sometimes going over the video a second time is just good. I didn’t fully appreciate the stupidity in Frankens reading from a Notre Dame law guide and his confusion over scriveners error until I saw it the second time. ( Plsu I’m googling some of the cases I haven’t heard of. )

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