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As I've often stated, Democrats let emotions override any
Fri Sep 7, 2018 7:58am

sense of decorum and propriety. As if one's feelings carry far more weight than common sense and good taste. In fact, it's obviously just the opposite.

The Bible covers that as it does just about everything.

Jeremiah 17:9 New International Version (NIV)
9 The heart is deceitful above all things
and beyond cure.
Who can understand it?

From the end of the article:

If you’re truly concerned about norms, surely the rules of the Senate and ordinary civility and respect for one’s opposition should rank high.

Democrats have not been concerned about norms, rules, or ordinary civility since Bill Clinton took office. That's about the time their crazy train jumped the rails. All one has to do is examine the types of groups and organizations they support. Occupy Wall Street, Antifa, BLM, David Hogg and Never Again MSD, along with a host of other assorted groups. All chocked full of ignorant, rude, law-breaking, punks and ne'er-do-wells. Look at their support for Kaepernick. A man that insults the sensibilities of a majority of Americans by protesting something demonstrably false. He can't even reasonably or adequately support his beliefs when challenged by a newspaper reporter.

  • I think that the Senate Democrats should ask Anonymous if he/she could lend them a hand to resist succumbing to their worst inclinations.... more
    • I Will Say This... ~ Amadeus, Fri Sep 7 9:32am
      I'm not endorsing any particular action, especially those of the Democratic senators on this committee. Were I to do so, I would be looking for effective action as opposed to actions that ultimately... more
      • Everything you state the Repubs have been doing have been done and are being done by Democrats today. In many cases they are the first to engage such actions. (SEE: The origins of Gerrymandering -... more
        • Take Gerrymandering, For Example... ~ Amadeus, Fri Sep 7 2:38pm
          I despise it. Done here, done there, it's wrong no matter who does it. However, when you devise a national strategy to use state level control to enact gerrymandering on a wide scale to entrench that ... more
      • Well said. It's true. ~ G👏🏾👏🏾G, Fri Sep 7 10:05am
        Both parties are hypocrites.
      • are actions that ultimately undermine their positions, not effective action. Playing at political gamesmanship in terms of playing aggressively, bending but not bending the rules and sharp practices... more
        • You seem to suggest the demonstration ~ G👁G, Fri Sep 7 8:53pm
          are not of the people? Right or left, the People rightly speak wherever when galvinized to do so. I rather enjoy Code Pink. I do not care which idealogy so long as their right to protest reasonably... more
        • Like I Said... ~ Amadeus, Fri Sep 7 11:12am
          I'm not endorsing any particular actions in this context. I'm separating those from the general issue of upholding norms and whether it is the job of Democrats to do this on their own without the... more
        • Well said! (nm) ~ TW, Fri Sep 7 11:07am
    • Kavanaugh is a surprise. ~ G🤔G, Fri Sep 7 8:21am
      From what small bits and pieces I have garnered from listening to snipits of these proceedings, Kavanaugh is not a pushover. He is clear headed, knows his profession, and has an emotionally steady... more
    • As I've often stated, Democrats let emotions override any ~ TW, Fri Sep 7 7:58am
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