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Wednesday, March 29, 2017


Borked:  1987, "to discredit a candidate for some position by savaging his or hercareer and beliefs," from name of U.S. jurist Robert H. Bork whose Supreme Court nomination in 1987 was rejected after an intense counter-campaign."  Also: Kennedy, Bork and the Politics of Judicial Destruction ...  Demagoguery made manifest.

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Earick Ward  "After a handful of days of congressional testimony, Neil Gorsuch exposed the Democrats as being...well, ignorant of the law.
"If it had been a heavyweight fight, the referee would have been negligent in not calling the fight after the first or second round.
"But, lo and behold, the fight went the full ten rounds, with Gorsuch specifically, and Republicans generally, standing tall, as unanimous winners on all cards.
"One Democrat after another exposed his ignorance of the Constitution and its application to the rule of law.  Neil Gorsuch was nearly flawless, answering idiotic question after idiotic question.  He exposed not only Democrats on the dais, but Progressivism generally.
"Chuckie Schumer has announced that he will filibuster Neil Gorsuch's nomination."  . . .
"If we're not careful, and if we allow the Progressive Party a foothold, we'll be Gorsuched, as we were Borked years ago.  Grow a spine.  Trust that you are working on behalf of the majority of the American people, and move forward."

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