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    Quote Originally Posted by Irthriuth View Post
    So some analysis

    At this point, it should be obvious there will be a floor vote no matter what. The odd thing is though, while usually if mcconnel were to bring something to the floor it should be assumed to be locked up, we can't be 100% confident this time around.

    I think the calculation they should probably see in front of them is that they will look way too weak acquiescing to these smear tactics, and the voters will eat them alive. So at this point it's better for republicans to bring it to the floor and have it fail than to pull it entirely. Long way of me saying it's never going to be over until it's over.

    Then we have the flake factor and how badly he wants to fuck us or be a little bitch. Given his term is going to be up and he's not going to be a senator anymore, he's ripe for bribes or cushy promotions likely being offered by democrats when he gets out of congress. So I worry about him a bit. We can afford to lose one.
    I agree. I consider Flake already gone. The only thing that could keep him in line is if he is arrogant enough to have 2020 or beyond ambitions.

    If he decides to pull a McShamnesty and screw this then he will be finished in GOP politics forever. Nobody will ever let him forget it.

    So what Flake does really depends on where he thinks his future lies.

    I think Corker is a safe vote

    Have no clue about Murkowski or Collins.

    I think it all hinges on whether Ford shows up or not. IF she doesnít it is going to be hard for republicans to defect.

    Donít rule out Manchin, Tester or Heidkamp defecting to Kavanaugh. I donít think it is a safe assumption that they are definite no.

    I think the dems are going to try to pull an 11th hour stall like ďRamirez now wants to testify but needs time, and if you donít give her time it isnít fairĒ.

    Also we are going to find out if Avenatti is bluffing or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teflon Don View Post
    I agree. I consider Flake already gone. The only thing that could keep him in line is if he is arrogant enough to have 2020 or beyond ambitions.

    If he decides to pull a McShamnesty and screw this then he will be finished in GOP politics forever. Nobody will ever let him forget it.

    So what Flake does really depends on where he thinks his future lies.

    I think Corker is a safe vote

    Have no clue about Murkowski or Collins.

    I think it all hinges on whether Ford shows up or not. IF she doesnít it is going to be hard for republicans to defect.

    Donít rule out Manchin, Tester or Heidkamp defecting to Kavanaugh. I donít think it is a safe assumption that they are definite no.

    I think the dems are going to try to pull an 11th hour stall like ďRamirez now wants to testify but needs time, and if you donít give her time it isnít fairĒ.

    Also we are going to find out if Avenatti is bluffing or not.
    And the response to them, if they try another stall, should be:

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    With the right wing politically motivated mcmorons in the tank for Trump, all Biden has to do is stay the course.
    All those new voters coming across the borer and heading for FL, WI, MI, and PA will make the GOP effort worthless.
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    The twenty thousand illegals deported this year on the ICE raids will be about 2% of all them here now and not counting those coming across the border, and heading for FL, WI, MI, and PA. Trump does not stand a chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by USFREEDOM911 View Post
    The vote is scheduled for Friday, come rain or shine.
    that's the committee vote, not to be confused with the floor vote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teflon Don View Post

    I think the dems are going to try to pull an 11th hour stall like “Ramirez now wants to testify but needs time, and if you don’t give her time it isn’t fair”.
    fienstein already tried that (today?) and mcconnel basically told her to get fucked lol.
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    Not sure what exactly is being advertised, too complicated ._.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarmPotato View Post
    Not sure what exactly is being advertised, too complicated ._.
    get out?
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    I think it's hilarious on how Fords attorney is trying to dictate ever aspect of the hearing on Thursday. Is it true that she's paid for by Soros?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Soul View Post
    I think it's hilarious on how Fords attorney is trying to dictate ever aspect of the hearing on Thursday. Is it true that she's paid for by Soros?
    It may be a "cash on delivery" deal, Soros is a greedy liberal, you know.
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    look what the republicans found:





    there are other guys claiming to have done this. who would want to bring attention to themselves in this manner? very interesting.
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    if they do end up nominating kavanaugh and it ends up they only dragged this out to make the dems go as ugly as possible then this could have been a brilliant strategy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irthriuth View Post
    look what the republicans found:





    there are other guys claiming to have done this. who would want to bring attention to themselves in this manner? very interesting.
    I wonder if lefties say they have to be believed?

    I gotta say it is odd. Didnít see this coming. And if I am fair, I would want to know more about these guys.

    This whole thing has spun off into absurdville
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    How many dems secretly wish Avenatti would go away?

    Did you guys see Kavanaughs lawyer today? She is GOOD. I would love to see her question Ford
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    This shit is getting ridiculous. Now a third accuser is saying Kav put his dick in her face! Can she describe it in detail? Was it long and thin or thick and short? Or was it big enough to choke her to death?
    The left is going off the rails on this. Have the vote NOW!
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    Another interesting fact is these accusers are all Dems. I guess Republican women weren't/aren't assaulted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsuke View Post
    if they do end up nominating kavanaugh and it ends up they only dragged this out to make the dems go as ugly as possible then this could have been a brilliant strategy.
    not to mention republican enthusiasm is now up after all this whereas dem enthusiasm has stayed the same.
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