Me, in - a path forward that holds politicians to their promises. If it's just about power, we'll strain this country to the breaking point. But there's a statesmen's path that relies on principles and prudence to decide who holds Ginsburg's seat
In retrospect, really had David French pegged
I remain, as always, an avowed David Frenchist: “At the end of the day, do principles matter at all, or is power the only coin of the realm?” ⁦
Sohrab was right about everything. Case closed.
I think what lays out here is not only reasonable but fairly likely to happen if Biden wins and Dems take a senate majority. And that's why I wonder if Rs will push hard to vote before the election, though the timetable is a real challenge.
.: “At the end of the day, do principles matter at all, or is power the only coin of the realm?” #PrinciplesFirst
This proposal for the Supreme Court sweat seems eminently reasonable and therefore will probably be ignored.
This is something GOP should consider, esp because I don't think they'd have the votes anyway--indeed, the math on getting a nominee through to a vote and having the votes in the end seems increasingly difficult for them to solve
"Biden should make a deal with the lame-duck Senate. Keep the seat open, and he’ll pledge not to sign any legislation packing the Supreme Court while he’s in office." via
This proposal for the Supreme Court seat seems eminently reasonable and therefore will probably be ignored.
This. The Battle Over Ginsburg's Seat Is Set to Be All About Raw Power. But There's Still a Way to Show Principles Matter
A compromise offered by , but will anyone go for it? The Battle Over Ginsburg's Seat Is Set to Be All About Raw Power. But There's Still a Way to Show Principles Matter
The Battle Over Ginsburg's Seat Is Set to Be All About Raw Power. But There's Still a Way to Show Principles Matter