I need your help.
Well, I feel all warm and fuzzy. I must have been doing Jager shots without realizing it.
Now that I think of it Senator, I need your help too. You know the banking laws? The ones that haven't been reformed in over a decade? Have you noticed the shit Bank of America gets away with? Oh no...'cause you have enough money with your bank, that you don't get charged maintenance fees that exceed the balance of the goddamned account. Oh yes....I know, BofA's lobbyist threw you that swanky party. All I can offer you is chump change--which you'll take and put to advance YOUR agenda, but you won't do anything that will have a positive effect on my life.
As Senate Majority Leader, I want to assure you that, if the Democrat's campaign of judicial obstruction resumes, I will not hesitate to use the Constitutional Option.
oooh.....the Constitutional Option. Do you think he mentally says that in a booming voice? He capitalized it. I'm amazed he didn't shout. I've never heard of the "Constitutional Option". I guess that History BA I earned from my public university (in the Bible Belt, no less) and that Juris Doctor degree are shams. I mean seriously, when we go around capitalizing terms shouldn't they be commonly accepted concepts? I'm with you when you say "the Constitution", but this "Constitutional Option" sounds like some sort of alternative to ExLax. Maybe it should be trademarked?
Senator, I agree that the Democrats shouldn't have filibustered these nominees. They should pick more important battles. Come to think of it, so should you. Because I'm sure there are tons of other qualified jurists that would bother neither Democrats nor Republicans. Considering that the Senate just voted on these nominees, I can't imagine why you asked me for money to educate the ignorant masses about why the Senate should vote on them. That ship has sailed--I think even Fox News would agree with me.
Help us deliver on the principle of up-or-down votes for the President's judicial nominees.
Our need is urgent and our cause is just.
While the Senate Majority (oops, I'm catching Senator Frist's capitlization syndrome) pats itself on the back for passing so-called reform measures that will NOT accomplish what has been promised (Class Action Fairness? Fair for whom? Not the consumer..hell, not even those big contributing defendants are going to like the results), where is the check and balance to the power of the Executive branch? Why should the Republicans automatically support the President's nominee? I was under the (apparently mistaken) impression that I elected my Senators to look out for my interests as well as the interests of the nation. You reference the Constitution, but did you ponder why the branches are separate? I don't like my Congresmen sleeping with the President.
*laughs* Oh Nora... you are special.
In a good way. That was hilarious.
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YaY! GO get him....
Its too bad Liberals dont beleieve in the Death Penalty..
I think most Republicans Deserve it.....!!!
Especially when they use my Odd little Capitalization Techniques...
The Bastards !!
You are too funny please tell me you sent that back to the jackasses that sent it to you.
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