Sunday Talks: Senator Susan Collins Discusses Kavanaugh Confirmation…

Republican Senator Susan Collins appears on Face The Nation with John Dickerson to participate in the game of political make-believe surrounding the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Dickerson pretends he believes Blasey-Ford (he doesn’t); Collins pretends she believes Blasey-Ford was just mistaken (she doesn’t).  Both participants in the discussion play their roles and pretend high-brow discussion as exhibited within the Mamet Principle.

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David Mamet had a famous saying, essentially: …‘in order for democrats, liberals, progressives et al to continue their illogical belief systems they have to pretend not to know a lot of things’… By pretending ‘not to know’ there is no guilt, no actual connection to conscience.  Denial of self-evident truth allows easier trespass.

Mamet’s simple statement has come to exemplify the one constant in an ever-changing political universe.

Johnathan Gruber

 

Christine Blasey-Ford

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97 Responses to Sunday Talks: Senator Susan Collins Discusses Kavanaugh Confirmation…

  1. Susan Collins fifteen minutes are nearly up, thankfully.Her brand of nonsensical Bushism is the kiss of death for MAGA.But thanks for the vote.

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    • Red Tsunami! says:

      And the speech. The speech helped validate Justice Kavanaugh’s appointment and further destroy the dims.

      Liked by 11 people

    • Tl Howard says:

      If they understood the American people as Trump does, they’d not have to pretend.

      Liked by 3 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      I absolutely agree with you! I knew a while ago that her relationship to GHB and more importantly GWB would not allow her to vote No. To her credit she did a really great job in her speech to show a multitude of reasons why she was voting Yes. However the number one reason was the Bushes.

      This woman despises our President! There are no ands ifs or buts about it. In my book she is always going to be against him when it comes to Repealing and Replacing Obamacare. She will not vote for Amy Barrett to join the Supreme Court when the opportunity arises.

      I consider her, Murkowski (The Biggest POS), Sasse and eventually Romney carrying the Never Trump flag forward. That is why it is critical to get as many Republicans as possible to isolate these four MORONS.

      We will do exactly that! I see us having 56 to 60 Republican Senators after the November 6th Election 🗳.

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      • That includes Romney? I wish we can lose Romney!

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      • GB Bari says:

        And Sen. Collins’ insistence (at 15:15) that, because Collins knows Sen. Feinstein so well, she knows Feinstein is “a person of great integrity” – just destroys Collins’ apparent skill to judge character of her fellow Swampians. Maybe she is willfully blind to all of Di-Fi’s shenanigans and maybe she doesn’t think having a Chinese spy on Di-Fi’s staff for 20 years is anything about which to be concerned.

        Her speech was great, but she doesn’t inspire future confidence. My guess is she is too far Left of center to vote in favor of the next SC nominee PDJT selects, which may well be Hardiman or Barret, but she may surprise me.

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        • psmithez says:

          I have copied her speech because it was one of the best from a female politician I’ve heard in a long time. She was so much more intelligent than Murkowski. Alaska should be ashamed. If we can get the GOP Senators up to 53+, there won’t be many other close calls. Vote straight GOP for the next 6 years to get rid of the crazies.

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          • GB Bari says:

            Collins’ speech was one of the better I’ve heard. If she could have left out the praise for Two-door’s credibility (she had none) and Feinstein’s integrity (she has none) it would have been one of the best. Excellent speeches don’t include blatant falsehoods. .

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Great 👍 post! You hit the nail on its head. She is more of a Democrat than a Republican. I am grateful for the speech and the vote but I know her true colors will shine through again.

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  2. kinthenorthwest says:

    I still wonder if this is a political move on her part…
    However, Maine is quite blue lately so it will be a tough re-election for her.

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      The difference between Collins and DiFi is integrity. DiFi has none.

      Liked by 4 people

      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Im at the point where I don’t think any Democratic politician. has any morals or any integrity. However, there are still many many RINOs.

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      • renzi2018 says:

        However and why, Senator Collins made the right call. That Mamet’s tgeory is correct is validated by the bouquet Coolins gave DiFi, and the news media appearances letting them off the hook too.
        Senator Graham will be given some treats for SC, and his ambitions, and talk of his promised investigation of the Senate will be forgotten in a news cycle or two.
        Murky skates, again. Mitch gets more judges and cabinet sub appointees, and Schumer gets to bloviate, like he matters.
        Get.Out. And. Vote to hold the H ouse where the real work is getting done…

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        • madeline says:

          This is probably off topic but it would appear that Susan Collins has some kind of parkinson disease…

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          • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

            She has spasmodic dysphonia. It’s a speech pathology that makes contol of voice difficult. For her to overcome it and be able to put herself out there is quite admiral, but it’s hard to listen to.

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            • Tl Howard says:

              If you know the cartoonist Scott Adams, he had it too. IIRC, he searched and searched for the answer and found it in surgery. Different muscles might be involved with different folks
              It’s the same problem Robert Kennedy, Jr. has. I often wonder why Kennedy hasn’t had surgery. I can barely stand to listen to Kenndy.

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    • MAGAbear says:

      There’s hope for Maine. PDJT won one of the congressional districts there, they have a GOP governor and one of their two congressmen is a republican.

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  3. rumpole2 says:

    At least Collins clearly read the evidence and then even thought about it. Allbeit with a “Mamet filter” in place.
    I would bet that many of the (Dem) senators did not bother to even read, let alone comprehend, let alone think about the evidence presented. OBVIOUSLY that is true because they were hard set against Kavanaugh before any documents were available and before private and public testimony by Kavanaugh

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    • rumpole2 says:

      It is scary to see that decisions that effect the nation depend on just a few (dingbat) Senators…. outliers at best.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “At least Collins clearly read the evidence and then even thought about it.”

      Kudos for that. During the impeachment proceedings in the House of Representatives, not a single Democrat ever went into the secure room to view the evidence. In the end, the Democratic Senators conceded he was guilty, but felt that it was not serious enough to subject the country to the “trauma” of removing the President from office.

      The Swamp takes care of itself at the country’s expense. Always has, always will because of the god of this world.

      Ephesians 2:2 Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience:

      2Corinthians 4:4 In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.

      Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

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  4. rumpole2 says:

    Blasey Ford – LOCK HER UP!

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    • amwick says:

      I am with you on that, but imagine the fuel it would just throw on the political bonfire. I doubt it will happen, but I would be happy if it did…

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Yeah
        She could wind up as a Libtard Martyr

        But… there are plenty of others involved here who could be locked up. 🙂

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        • Jacaranda11816 says:

          Exactly, Rumpole. Messaging matters a lot between now and Nov 6. There’s no reason to hand the left an easy meme that they can generalize and spin into “the GOP wants to JAIL survivors!”

          Perhaps Mark Judge could slap a defamation suit on her after the midterms — easier for him since he’s not a public figure. But I asked an old college friend whose struggles with addiction/cancer/recovery parallel Judge’s struggles quite closely and he felt that would never happen…”too stressful for the recovery process” in his opinion.

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          • Jacaranda11816 says:

            To clarify…I would like to see the FBI follow-up with some or all of the accusers per Grassley’s wishes. I just think Trump and GOP need to avoid encouraging a “lock her up” mentality prior to Nov 6.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      If Dr. Fraud was really assaulted there would be a police report about it.
      We would know whose house it happened in, and we’d know who she was with, how she got there, and how she left. I’m not buying any of the praise heaped upon Dr. Ford, I believe that she’s a political hack and a liar.
      You can’t corroborate make believe.

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  5. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Collins pretends she believes Blasey-Ford was just mistaken (she doesn’t). Both participants in the discussion play their roles”

    Sen. Collins better evaluate her “wake up call’ as she continues to “participate in the game of political make-believe”. Those deranged miscreants on “the other side” that are sending her all those threats since her decision to go with the truth are very real and very dangerous.

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  6. Lady in Red says:

    If she had voted No, she likely would not be getting the attention she is getting. Am I wrong? Has Murkowski (No Light, aka Present) been making the media rounds? Collins is swampy. Period. But thanks for the vote.

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  7. G3 says:

    All day long I point out she used Ford’s own testimony against her just like President Trump did….It was practically identical. President Trump did it at a MAGA rally. Susan Collins did from the floor of the Senate with the entire nation watching.

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    • G3 says:

      The Media and GOPe pretended that this was ‘mocking’ Ford. Sen. Murkowski and Collins cried outrage. Lindsey even said he would tell Trump to “knock it off”. In the end Collins dressed Ford down over her own testimony point by point……Gosh, where did we hear that before?
      There’s cruel behavior exhibited alright —-by Ford, her team, media, and anyone willing to push false narratives.

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  8. The Boss says:

    Will the GOPe kiss and make up with their dem counterparts? Or did we witness a fracture of the uniparty along party lines because of the confirmation fiasco? When I hear BS about “fixing” the confirmation process, my cynical side says they want to fix it so that in the future when the fix is in, the public has no idea. So I’ll answer my first question with a “yes”, making the second moot.

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  9. rumpole2 says:

    It is GOOD that Fake News Pundits and libtard voters continue to bang on about Kavanaugh.. “We was robbed”
    It is FREE advertising for the Republicans ahead of the mid terms

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    • amwick says:

      Impeachment… its a thing..again… sadly.
      I think it is abused… anyone calling for impeachment should put their job on the line. If the person is found not guilty (unimpeachable) they should have to resign. Calling for impeachment willy nilly is a type of sedition. grrrrrrrrrrrrr It needs to be taken seriously.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Absolutely No.

        Thoughts of impeaching Justice Kavanaugh are pure lunatic fantasy. At least for the next 6 years.

        It requires a simple majority of the House to impeach a Justice. If the House winds up under Democrat control on Nov 7 (day after the election) that may be possible, but it will never get past the Senate. Because, as has already been proven, there is no verifiable evidence against him.

        So after the House votes to impeach, the Senate conducts a trial by a select committee, presided over by the Chief Justice of the SC. The results of that trial are presented to the full Senate body as a report. Then the full Senate votes. It requires 2/3 supermajority of the Senate to convict him.

        If the Senate winds up on November 7 with just 52 Republican Senators (a conservative estimate) it will require 19 of them to vote for impeachment.

        After what they just went through, can you imagine THAT many Republicans Senators voting against Kavanaugh, absent any new evidence against him?

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        • amwick says:

          Ty for the terrific explanation.. I do not believe that it would ever happen, I just think whoever attempts an impeachment proceeding should have serious skin in the game. It isn’t a tool to throw at someone you dislike. It is very serious… and it is being clearly abused.

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  10. Milo says:

    “She is a credible witness “. “The Democrats betrayed her”. GOP spineless utterances right up there with”Islam is a religion of peace “.

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  11. Lumina says:

    I agree with Rumpole above, Sen Collins laid out the facts & the evidence very well in a logical way. She also disputed the lefts imaginary reasons to vote no.

    Why couldn’t VP Pence have used that big ol’ gavel Nancy Pelosi is carrying in the picture…to threatening to the screamies in the gallery? The little palm on he was using looked a tad wimping…

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  12. Ausonius says:

    Mamet’s principle is simply an extension of something simpler: Democrats lie.

    They lie because they are Nietzscheans who will do “whatever it takes” (Thank you, Billy Jeff Clinton) to win, to crush, to destroy anyone opposing them. God is dead, and so all things are possible, with morality being whatever allows the Left to acquire and keep power.

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  13. Eric says:

    I get motion sick watching her. Can’t they use one of those image-stabilizing cameras?

    Liked by 1 person

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Good heavens. Have a little compassion.

      Liked by 3 people

    • GB Bari says:

      You obviously have not been around enough old folks. Go visit some assisted living facilities and volunteer for awhile.

      A lot of sweet old folks (and some crabby ones too) tend to shake, wobble and “vibrate” due to various little maladies that come with….old age!

      You get used to it very quickly. I don’t even notice it anymore, been around a LOT of old folks when I was in a barbershop quartet in my younger days.

      Hopefully we will all get there (old) sooner or later. If we are shaking a bit hopefully someone will give us a steady hand.

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    • amwick says:

      She’s a Larry…. hmmmmm before my time…

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      • amwick says:

        Sorry, this is code for St. Lawrence University. It surprised me. I just read a bit on wiki because I was wondering if she has some neurological issue.

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        • Kristin says:

          Senator Collins has Spasmodic dysphonia, also known as laryngeal dystonia, is a disorder in which the muscles that generate a person’s voice go into periods of spasm. This results in breaks or interruptions in the voice, often every few sentences, which can make a person difficult to understand. The person’s voice may also sound strained or they may be nearly unable to speak. Onset is often gradual and the condition is lifelong.
          From wiki.

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          • ann says:

            Stress cannot possibly be helpful either.
            Given the context, her dterminated commitment and endurance are noteworthy.
            Thanks, Kristen.
            “The death threats”
            Kavanaugh side effect: walk away is a stampede

            I interact on Walk away sites; my obs

            The younger acolytes are shocked by the ugly side of collectivist conflict.
            Dots are being connected
            : “Resist”.is not the heroic cause they were coached to believe.

            To conform encourages peers & the left in general to spawn more MeToo” type progeny.
            Militants devolve into extremists who make gruesome threats against women who dare to dissent.

            most of the walk aways are young and idealistic; so easy to manipulate.

            But their intellectual vigor, and respect for our core ethos shines through, despite their acaspeak jargon and muddled neo Marxist belief system.

            These young walk aways don’t have that hubris, the smug insularity so prevalent in my cohort: of older, financially secure progressives.

            Grounds for optimism I’d say. 🇺🇸🦅

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  14. Why hasn’t someone tried to primary Collins? The conservative part of the state is pretty conservative. Portland is like a mini Boston, but pro business community.

    Then again in New England Old Yankee mentality is trumped as soon as topics of global warming, abortion, envrionment, and income inequality come up.

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    • GB Bari says:

      In the 2016 election, most of “down east” Maine is blue. The rest of the state is red. But the 1.3M population is concentrated in “down east” Maine, then scattered sparsely throughout the rest of the state.

      In 2016 about 48% voted for HRC, 45% for DJT.

      Maine state legislature has Democrats in a slight majority.
      Here is the breakdown as of October 2018:
      Democratic Party 73
      Republican Party 70
      Independent 6
      Green Independent 1
      Vacancy 1
      Total 151*
      *(Excludes three nonvoting members representing the Penobscot Nation, the Passamaquoddy Tribe and the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians.)

      Their current governor race is unusual – they are using “ranked choice” voting / ballots. But it appears the Democrat is favored due to there having been 50% more D’s than R’s voting in the primary.

      Ref. https://www.washingtonpost.com/election-results/maine/?utm_term=.e09661e7cafa#smart-office-topper-governor

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  15. Why hasn’t someone tried to primary Collins? The conservative part of the state is pretty conservative. Portland is like a mini Boston, but pro business community.

    Then again in New England Old Yankee mentality is trumped as soon as topics of global warming, abortion, envrionment, and income inequality come up.

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  16. jahealy says:

    I love you, Sundance. Don’t know what I’d do without you. At a minimum, I’d feel utterly alone in the world, surrounded by people you JUST DON’T GET IT or REFUSE TO GET IT. Ironically, you taught me how to get it. Much gratitude. ❤️

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  17. John says:

    I think she did a good job under the circumstances. Everybody knew the Dems were going to keep moving the goalposts. I have a liberal lawyer sister and as every counterargument gets disproved they keep arguing smaller and more insignificant points (i.e Kavanaugh threw ice or drank in HS) until the scope of their entire argument is dancing on the head of a pin.

    The liberal left do believe all men are rapists. They have no context. Jeff Bezos might be the most wealthy man on the planet but should he have to go into the octagon for three rounds with any other man in the country, 19 out of 20 times he will get physically destroyed. Power is only in the eye of the beholder. They are enamored with something that is fleeting and non-existent when looked in another context.

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    • MAGAbear says:

      “and as every counterargument gets disproved they keep arguing smaller and more insignificant points (i.e Kavanaugh threw ice or drank in HS) until the scope of their entire argument is dancing on the head of a pin.”

      That is such a great way to sum up how the left “debates” things. They also trot out the “both sides do it” to justify bad leftist behavior even though they offer no proof of the other side doing the evil things the left does.

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  18. thedoc00 says:

    Lindsey Graham said something today, which has made me extremely cautious at accepting the GOPe and RINO’s have seen the light. I believe his words are a big part of why Collins made her epic speech. Lindsey cited the fact he supported Obama Judicial selections because Obama won the election and “won the right” to have judges off his list appointed to the Supreme Court. Graham essentially said the judges he supported were the best “qualified” off Obama’s list.

    Garland was not considered because of the precedent put in place by the democrats, concerning selection of judge I a presidential election year. That means Lindsey Graham, GOPe and RINO’s WILL NOT support a supreme court selection in 2020, period.

    Graham also made clear neither he nor any Republican acted towards any of Obama’s selectins as the democrats treated Judge Kavanaugh.

    This is the basis of Graham’s and Collins’ outrage.

    I am still not on the Lindsey Graham band wagon and I will only allow Collins so much leeway, to regain what status she thinks is needed to retain her seat in Maine. Let’s see if Republicans will allow the President to create a few more major moments to cement the elections in November. Lord knows these are going to be needed be the negative media count is now nearly 99% after the way Fox Spew (News) acted today and the Fox Network ownership is attempting to water down FBN. OAN and Newsmax are still relative very non-factor light weights in the news world for the time being.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Lindsey even went so far as to hold up President Trump’s list and challenge Schumer to the same standard.

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    • SCOTUS justices being placed in presidential election years will depend on which party holds the senate in that year. Period. Senate majority leader controls which nominees will be voted on.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Yea right…it will not happen. If democrats hold senate, the president will wait until 2022. If the republicans hold the senate it will not happen because RINO’s and GOPe will honor the precedent. It’s a hard thing to recognize reality when it stares you in the face…time you start doing so,

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  19. rjcylon says:

    One of the reasons Donald Trump is so popular is people know how they feel about him. They trust him, and that trust comes from his character. He is the real deal.

    It is almost impossible to know how feel about any other politician. Even if they may have good intentions, they speak from both sides of their mouth, pretend to be for something they end up voting against, give legitimacy to shady people, and some of them have been doing this dance for decades. So how can you trust any of them?

    I’m glad they voted for Kavanaugh, just like I’d be glad if they saved someone from a burning building. It’s a good deed. It deserves to be acknowledged.

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    • NJMAGA says:

      I think people gravitated to Trump because he is so authentic. He is speaking the truth and voicing what we all have been feeling or seeing for years. You can’t say that about one person in DC…not one.

      Collins is as phony as the rest and can’t be trusted on even one issue. She jumped at the chance to speak badly about Trump but not about Feinstein or any of her “friends across the aisle”. And look what they did to a good man.

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  20. Doug says:

    Collins was one of the Senators I emailed the night of the cloture vote. I’m sure my email pushed her to the good side…..yeah right!!
    Glad the stupid rino finally got something right.

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  21. Erp says:

    Why do Republicans go on these programs?

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  22. stablesort says:

    The political process depends upon the participants to bring civility to the process, not vice versa. Of course the Democrats attacked Kavanaugh relentlessly and with no regard for the truth. Their sole objective was to block his appointment to the court.

    Senator Collins does not know herself let alone her opponents (it’s tough to write this as the Republicans are her opponents too, but Collins knows neither of them) .

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  23. 29whgf1hr29 says:

    I support “innocent until proven guilty” But that is not an issue here. The evidence is that Kavanaugh didn’t do it. The witnesses named for the purpose of proving his guilt don’t implicate him. That proves he is innocent.

    The important issue here is why do people believe something that is disproved? The professional activists don’t really believe it and are pushing a political agenda, and the rank and file democrats who do believe it are suffering from psychotic levels of confirmation bias.

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  24. InAz says:

    The Marxist Dimms are confidently saying they will take over the House in November, and they will pack the court…. .they will add two more judges (commie liberal judges) to the Supreme Court.

    They really do want a shooting war.

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  25. redline says:

    Any conversation about Blasey Ford that ignores Monica McLean and David Laufman is unserious and incomplete. When the media, including Fox, have the testicular fortitude to provide that context, in detail, then their play-acting *might* deserve a minimum of respect.

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    • MAGAbear says:

      On a similiar note, Ben Shapiro’s new show is, well, not so good. How do you let a lunatic like Tom Arnold talk over you and just sit there like a wimp? Lame show.

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  26. truthbomb says:

    Hard to believe Grassley won’t go after Ford full bore to eliminate legitimacy critics.

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  27. Laura Wesselmann says:

    Never credible from word one. Freshman drama 101 C-.

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  28. I thought it was quite apparent that Susan Collins played her role well and the staff member(s) who wrote her speech did a fine job.
    Lindsey Graham, as well, is playing his role well, plus, he can think on his feet and comes across with some pretty good one-liners.
    However, I don’t trust the loyalty to VSGPDJT or even the people of this country from Collins or Graham. They have been playing this game for a very long time and they are not ready to give it up yet.
    AND VSGPDJT knows this all too well. I doubt very much that he trusts many on The Hill but he knows he must work with them and he will give them credit when they play their part in getting the job done for his MAGA agenda.
    From my perspective, all credit goes to VSGPDJT because he never gave in, he remained loyal to Judge Kavanagh and they both refused to stop fighting.
    Collins will get her just desserts one day; bank on it.

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  29. Dick_Turpin says:

    Creepy Lawyer Michael Bromwich has an evil, cold face!

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  30. franuche says:

    I prefer the Trump principle to the Mamet principle: speak the truth as plainly as possible, even if it is a vulgar truth, because good people like the truth, and it’s the only thing that can beat the lie.
    Respectability is a killer.

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  31. franuche says:

    I prefer the Trump principle to the Mamet principle: speak the truth as plainly as possible, even if it is a vulgar truth, because good people like the truth, and it’s the only thing that can beat the lie.
    Respectability is a killer.

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  32. Bonitabaycane says:

    With all due respect to my fellow Treepers, we should be praising and thanking Senator Collins.

    While I may not agree with all of her analysis, it was thoughtful and thorough.

    Importantly, her vote was pivotal IMO and politically more powerful because it came from a “moderate” Republican woman.

    My anger still lingers for the treacherous, unprincipled, Senator Murkowski.

    My gratitude remains for the Senator from Maine, Susan Collins, who has principles and a spine.

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