We cannot argue as GOP leaders in today’s news articles claim that “the Dems” are resisting Mr. Toupee’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
For those who forget history, 2 years ago the GOP refused to even consider President Obama’s duty to appoint a Supreme Court judge when a vacancy occurred.
American blog readers, you and I who forget history are condemned to watching the dangerous partisanship bickering and badmouthing over and over again.
Can I ask you a question I asked in the last blog entry? Have you ever spoken with a rape victim? It’s upsetting.
The taxi driver who often picks me up blasts alt-right radio jock commentary. Yesterday the talk show host vilified women who speak out about having been sexually assaulted.
This [white] [male] alt-right talk show radio show host in his own words called the victims “psychologically disturbed” “liars, liars, liars.”
In all of this we cannot equate seeking justice for victims with being an attack on the agenda of the GOP.
Remember, this same GOP wouldn’t even allow President Obama to do his duty to appoint a Supreme when there was a vacancy under his watch.
The GOP conveniently forgets that no mention of sexual misconduct was made against Neil Gorsuch and he was voted onto the Supreme Court under Mr. Toupee’s rule.
I’m not saying that Brett Kavanaugh is guilty. I simply find it curious that this guy who was allegedly the patron saint of beer pong or otherwise beery and is now teary-eyed over the accusations–I’m saying that something doesn’t add up.
“I’m done” with the sense of entitlement that well-off Americans have been and continue to be endowed with.
It costs something like $200,000 to obtain a 4-year Yale degree. Those students most likely didn’t ever work in a fast food joint or retail a day in their lives.
My first job ever was as a cashier in Mickey D’s–McDonald’s. I wore a horrible brown uniform for 13 months while I attended [a local public] university.
People who claim Kavanaugh won’t repeal Roe V. Wade are mistaken. He will–because he can’t be trusted not to seek revenge for what happened to him.
Okay-go ahead. Vote for the guy or gal who is against birth control, who is against trusting a woman to make the choices that are right for her.
Vote Republican if you want. That is your choice.
I, for one, have lost total faith in the battering rams of our elected officials.
The Brett Kavanaugh affair was the last straw for me.
I have no hope that women, People of Color, and individuals with disabilities will ever get a fair shake in America.
Our government has become a blood sport, with elected officials getting Americans worked up over false issues that mask the reality that citizens’ rights are being taken away elsewhere while we’re not looking.
Mr. Toupee is set to repeal the Affordable Care Act provision that stopped people with preexisting conditions from being denied treatment or charged higher premiums.
Yes, the president is set to roll back this protection for those of us with preexisting conditions like mental illnesses.
President Obama was not without faults. Yet he accomplished some good things, like signing into law The ABLE Act.
Pay attention to what’s really going on behind the scenes: Stripping away the rights of the many disadvantaged Americans while the few in power partake in unrivaled access to success.
Elected officials are deciding our fate whether we like or not.
We can’t give up without a fight.