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Thursday, April 6, 2017

To nuke or not to nuke

NukeOption

Chuck Schumer Forces the Question: What to Do with Insane Liberals?   . . . "Worse, a Democrat return to power would bring with it serious payback – revenge that would most likely find its form in their own efforts to lock up Trump supporters, given that Maoist-style reeducation camps remain a favored progressive staple, one already field-tested by Democrat FDR's confinement of the Japanese during World War II.
"After all, in leftist eyes, Trump's election was a sign that history had errantly veered from the dead-end wall of Marxism toward the unsettling open road of self-determination.  Progressives are salivating at the chance to set that script right."
Eerily reminiscent of the scene from Marathon Man – where the Holocaust survivor shouts attention to the Nazi war criminal walking her streets – Schumer's Trump j'accuse  in midtown Manhattan carried the same potential for street justice as a Nazi accusation delivered in an Hassidic neighborhood.

 Political Cartoons by Glenn McCoy
Republicans Get Ready to Go Nuclear  . . . "The votes to end debate on the judge’s nomination and change the rule are expected Thursday morning.
"As Sen. Tom Cotton explained, there’s a big difference in Republican and Democratic use of the nuclear option. 
“For 214 years the Senate had never, not once, in a partisan filibuster defeated a nominee to the courts or to the executive branch,” he told CNN’s Jake Tapper Tuesday.
“That all changed in 2003 when Chuck Schumer persuaded Democrats to begin filibustering judges. Then that continued under the Obama era, and the Democrats used the so-called nuclear option in 2013.
“There’s a world of difference between Republicans using a tool that the Democrats first abused in 2013 to restore a 214-year-old tradition that the Democrats first violated in 2003." . . .
Political Cartoons by Gary Varvel

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