Monday, April 11, 2016

Stuff you find on the internet

National Review: "Harry Reid: No Senate Duty to Give Nominees a Vote"
"The duties of the Senate are set forth in the U.S. Constitution. Nowhere in that document does it say that the Senate has a duty to give Presidential appointees [sic; he means "nominees"] a vote. It says appointments shall be made with the advice and consent of the Senate. That is very different than saying every nominee receives a vote."
And now this via PJ Media: "Lyin’ Biden: We Found a THIRD Time He Fought Passionately for ‘Biden Rule’"

1 comment:

Roger Bournival said...

You mean Democrats want one set of rules when they're in power, and another set of rules when they're not in power? Sacre bleu!