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Join Jim and Greg as they offer up two good martinis and a crazy one. First, they welcome South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott into the 2024 GOP presidential race, highlighting his good policy ideas and his happy warrior approach to politics. They also cheer a new poll showing Americans overwhelmingly supporting work requirements for Medicaid and SNAP recipients. Finally, Jim lays out the strong case for why President Biden raising the debt ceiling without approval from Congress would be grossly unconstitutional.
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Sounds good, but I’ve seen opposition come up from unions where they want union members to be paid more for doing the same work.
I also liked the “interview” Obama did with Zach Galifianakis (I think it was) who asked him “How does it feel to be the last black president?”
So the oath says “Preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution.” But it doesn’t say obey, does it?
I suppose that’s the Dimocrat’s loophole. If they actually thought about it, anyway, which of course they don’t.
I guess that Jim has not read this article that was in the The Hill not long ago: