The Reason Why Democrats Were So Fanatical To Stop Kavanaugh

Jun 2018
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#1
Whether apparent to most Americans or not, Supreme Court Kavanaugh's confirmation was more than just about Roe vs Wade, same-sex marriage, and a few other issues. It was about the destruction of a weapon that Democrats have been using for decades, to get what they want, even when the American people are solidly lined up against them.

That weapon is the courts. With the courts on their side, they could rule America. The could shove aside the entire US Congress, state legislatures, presidents, governors, etc., and rely on court rulings, to strike down anything the elected representitives of the people put in place.

Even the basic bastions of democracy, initiatives and referenda weren't safe, as long as Democrats could go judge-shopping, find just the judge who would rule in their favor, and then file lawsuits. They could ultimately depend on the US Supreme Court to uphold their wishes, in the event of a few lower court losses.

Not any more. The SCOTUS is now solidly conservative, and with the 2 oldest justices (in their 80s), it is headed for a 7-2 conservative majority, which is likely to result in a 9-0 majority, as the 2 last liberals, feeling ineffective, would likely resign and seek lower court jobs, where they might be able to have some effect.

In addition, lower court conservative appointments by Trump, have been flourishing. More conservatives have been appointed to district and appeals courts over the past 2 years than ever before, and the days of Democrats using the courts to run the country are over.

Here's a sample of WHAT is now over >>

1. In 1994, Pete Wilson won the election for California governor by a landslide, while campaigning for Proposition 187 (to stop welfare to illegal aliens). Then, Proposition 187 won by an even bigger landslide (59 to 41%). It won every county in the state, except San Francisco.
Then the Democrats, ACLU, and other leftist do-gooders went to work, to overturn the will of the people. They went judge-shopping, found a liberal federal judge (Carter-appointed District judge Mariana Pfaelzer) to step in and annul the voters' victory. Wilson appealed the ruling, but the case dragged on, and the new governor (Gray Davis) didn't pursue the appeal.
The welfare benefits continued to flow. With the influx of massive amounts of illegal aliens from Mexico, they rewarded Davis with re-election in 2002, and California's budget continued to hemorrhage. In 2003, with a now $38 Billion deficit + signing a bill to grant drivers' licenses to illegal aliens, Davis was recalled, and fired by outraged Californians.
This is the kind of fiasco that are now (with Democrats no longer able to weaponize the courts) going to be just awful memories, although it will take years of deportation work to restore California back to some sense of Americanism and normalcy.

2. Although not as directly a result of court action, with Proposition 200 in Arizona (deny welfare to illegals), still the theat of court obstruction played a part in having the issue be defeated (despite landslide approval from Arizonans)

3. Proposition 227 in California (to restrict bilingual education in public schools), >> similar scenario.

These were early examples of Democrats using the courts and political pressure from them. More recent ones were liberal judges in Hawaii and Washington (state) who overturned President Trump's Muslim bans. Thankfully, after Judge Gorsuch was put on the SCOTUS, those lower court rulings were overturned, and the Muslim countries ban was upheld. It's a new day in America, and Democrats having lost their big weapon, are in full scale meltdown.

Pat Buchanan, State of Emergency, 2008.
Ann Coulter, Adios America!, 2015.
 
Dec 2015
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#3
Whether apparent to most Americans or not, Supreme Court Kavanaugh's confirmation was more than just about Roe vs Wade, same-sex marriage, and a few other issues. It was about the destruction of a weapon that Democrats have been using for decades, to get what they want, even when the American people are solidly lined up against them.

That weapon is the courts. With the courts on their side, they could rule America. The could shove aside the entire US Congress, state legislatures, presidents, governors, etc., and rely on court rulings, to strike down anything the elected representitives of the people put in place.

Even the basic bastions of democracy, initiatives and referenda weren't safe, as long as Democrats could go judge-shopping, find just the judge who would rule in their favor, and then file lawsuits. They could ultimately depend on the US Supreme Court to uphold their wishes, in the event of a few lower court losses.

Not any more. The SCOTUS is now solidly conservative, and with the 2 oldest justices (in their 80s), it is headed for a 7-2 conservative majority, which is likely to result in a 9-0 majority, as the 2 last liberals, feeling ineffective, would likely resign and seek lower court jobs, where they might be able to have some effect.

In addition, lower court conservative appointments by Trump, have been flourishing. More conservatives have been appointed to district and appeals courts over the past 2 years than ever before, and the days of Democrats using the courts to run the country are over.

Here's a sample of WHAT is now over >>

1. In 1994, Pete Wilson won the election for California governor by a landslide, while campaigning for Proposition 187 (to stop welfare to illegal aliens). Then, Proposition 187 won by an even bigger landslide (59 to 41%). It won every county in the state, except San Francisco.
Then the Democrats, ACLU, and other leftist do-gooders went to work, to overturn the will of the people. They went judge-shopping, found a liberal federal judge (Carter-appointed District judge Mariana Pfaelzer) to step in and annul the voters' victory. Wilson appealed the ruling, but the case dragged on, and the new governor (Gray Davis) didn't pursue the appeal.
The welfare benefits continued to flow. With the influx of massive amounts of illegal aliens from Mexico, they rewarded Davis with re-election in 2002, and California's budget continued to hemorrhage. In 2003, with a now $38 Billion deficit + signing a bill to grant drivers' licenses to illegal aliens, Davis was recalled, and fired by outraged Californians.
This is the kind of fiasco that are now (with Democrats no longer able to weaponize the courts) going to be just awful memories, although it will take years of deportation work to restore California back to some sense of Americanism and normalcy.

2. Although not as directly a result of court action, with Proposition 200 in Arizona (deny welfare to illegals), still the theat of court obstruction played a part in having the issue be defeated (despite landslide approval from Arizonans)

3. Proposition 227 in California (to restrict bilingual education in public schools), >> similar scenario.

These were early examples of Democrats using the courts and political pressure from them. More recent ones were liberal judges in Hawaii and Washington (state) who overturned President Trump's Muslim bans. Thankfully, after Judge Gorsuch was put on the SCOTUS, those lower court rulings were overturned, and the Muslim countries ban was upheld. It's a new day in America, and Democrats having lost their big weapon, are in full scale meltdown.

Pat Buchanan, State of Emergency, 2008.
Ann Coulter, Adios America!, 2015.
He lacks judicial temperament, and his testimony under oath is suspect.

I'm sure you could have found a better candidate, one who comports herself in a judicious manner and doesn't shade the truth while under oath. Then again, maybe not.
 
Likes: Friday13
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#4
He lacks judicial temperament, and his testimony under oath is suspect.

I'm sure you could have found a better candidate, one who comports herself in a judicious manner and doesn't shade the truth while under oath. Then again, maybe not.
I disagree completely. I like his temperament, and find it comforting to see the humanity of him (as opposed to some sterile robot style), and his willingness to fight for what is right, against a mob of lowlifes engaging in a scam-smear job.

Also , I don't know what you mean by "shade the truth". I don't recall seeing that. But then, we've strayed from the topic - Democrats' use of the courts as a weapon.
 
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#5
No matter what else Trump does he has been a successful president for remaking our judicial system.

Anything else at this point is just icing on the cake.

We know that Ginsberg will retire when she hits 90, she said so, so if Trump wins reelection he will get another pick for sure.
 
Jul 2015
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#6
Whether apparent to most Americans or not, Supreme Court Kavanaugh's confirmation was more than just about Roe vs Wade, same-sex marriage, and a few other issues. It was about the destruction of a weapon that Democrats have been using for decades, to get what they want, even when the American people are solidly lined up against them.

That weapon is the courts. With the courts on their side, they could rule America. The could shove aside the entire US Congress, state legislatures, presidents, governors, etc., and rely on court rulings, to strike down anything the elected representitives of the people put in place.

Even the basic bastions of democracy, initiatives and referenda weren't safe, as long as Democrats could go judge-shopping, find just the judge who would rule in their favor, and then file lawsuits. They could ultimately depend on the US Supreme Court to uphold their wishes, in the event of a few lower court losses.

Not any more. The SCOTUS is now solidly conservative, and with the 2 oldest justices (in their 80s), it is headed for a 7-2 conservative majority, which is likely to result in a 9-0 majority, as the 2 last liberals, feeling ineffective, would likely resign and seek lower court jobs, where they might be able to have some effect.

In addition, lower court conservative appointments by Trump, have been flourishing. More conservatives have been appointed to district and appeals courts over the past 2 years than ever before, and the days of Democrats using the courts to run the country are over.

Here's a sample of WHAT is now over >>

1. In 1994, Pete Wilson won the election for California governor by a landslide, while campaigning for Proposition 187 (to stop welfare to illegal aliens). Then, Proposition 187 won by an even bigger landslide (59 to 41%). It won every county in the state, except San Francisco.
Then the Democrats, ACLU, and other leftist do-gooders went to work, to overturn the will of the people. They went judge-shopping, found a liberal federal judge (Carter-appointed District judge Mariana Pfaelzer) to step in and annul the voters' victory. Wilson appealed the ruling, but the case dragged on, and the new governor (Gray Davis) didn't pursue the appeal.
The welfare benefits continued to flow. With the influx of massive amounts of illegal aliens from Mexico, they rewarded Davis with re-election in 2002, and California's budget continued to hemorrhage. In 2003, with a now $38 Billion deficit + signing a bill to grant drivers' licenses to illegal aliens, Davis was recalled, and fired by outraged Californians.
This is the kind of fiasco that are now (with Democrats no longer able to weaponize the courts) going to be just awful memories, although it will take years of deportation work to restore California back to some sense of Americanism and normalcy.

2. Although not as directly a result of court action, with Proposition 200 in Arizona (deny welfare to illegals), still the theat of court obstruction played a part in having the issue be defeated (despite landslide approval from Arizonans)

3. Proposition 227 in California (to restrict bilingual education in public schools), >> similar scenario.

These were early examples of Democrats using the courts and political pressure from them. More recent ones were liberal judges in Hawaii and Washington (state) who overturned President Trump's Muslim bans. Thankfully, after Judge Gorsuch was put on the SCOTUS, those lower court rulings were overturned, and the Muslim countries ban was upheld. It's a new day in America, and Democrats having lost their big weapon, are in full scale meltdown.

Pat Buchanan, State of Emergency, 2008.
Ann Coulter, Adios America!, 2015.
THIS FROM THE PARTY OF THE UNITARY CONTROL! Ask McConnell. Now including a fascist president they are fine with. Not to mention using the COURTS to control and legally ASSAULT women's 'pussies' to keep them in check and under control!!

I didn't read past the first paragraph. There was no NEED!
 
Jun 2018
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198
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#8
No matter what else Trump does he has been a successful president for remaking our judicial system.

Anything else at this point is just icing on the cake.

We know that Ginsberg will retire when she hits 90, she said so, so if Trump wins reelection he will get another pick for sure.
THIS FROM THE PARTY OF THE UNITARY CONTROL! Ask McConnell. Now including a fascist president they are fine with. Not to mention using the COURTS to control and legally ASSAULT women's 'pussies' to keep them in check and under control!!

I didn't read past the first paragraph. There was no NEED!
Got no idea what the hell you're talking about, and I suspect I'm better off that way.

As for you not reading the OP, it shows. :rolleyes:
 
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#9
Questioning Moderation
The OP is so much bullshit I barely know where to begin. And since I would not be getting paid for it, I probably do not have that kind of time.
You could begin by explaining how you transform historical FACTS into what you call "bullshit". While you're at it, you could also explain why some threads were closed.
 
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Jan 2015
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#10
I disagree completely. I like his temperament, and find it comforting to see the humanity of him (as opposed to some sterile robot style), and his willingness to fight for what is right, against a mob of lowlifes engaging in a scam-smear job.

Also , I don't know what you mean by "shade the truth". I don't recall seeing that. But then, we've strayed from the topic - Democrats' use of the courts as a weapon.
You are 100% correct.

This Deep State Coup will become increasing violent after next month and in 2020.

But, the major onslaught will be replacing Ruth Bader-Ginsburg.
 

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