Join Jim and Greg as they comment on the moments from Wednesday’s impeachment votes that stand out to them, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi having to enforce her no gloating policy. Then they dive into three crazy martinis, starting with Pelosi saying she won’t pass the impeachment articles along to the Senate unless she’s convinced it will be a fair process. They scratch their heads as Tulsi Gabbard votes present on both articles of impeachment and wonder what her political future holds. And they dissect the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals declaring the individual mandate unconstitutional and Jim wonders whether Republicans would have any legislation ready to go if the Supreme Court were to strike down all of Obamacare.

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  1. kedavis Member
    kedavis
    @kedavis

    Nice “Terminator” reference.

    I do wish, though, that anyone who mentions the stuff about not having Supreme Court confirmations in a (presidential) election year (@gregcorombos) includes the detail that it’s when the Senate is controlled by the opposition party.  And that isn’t the McConnell Rule, it’s the Biden Rule.  It began with Sen. Joe Biden in 1992.  That applied when Merrick Garland was nominated.  It does not/would not apply now.

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  2. Arahant Member
    Arahant
    @Arahant

    There’s nothing wrong with applying the SEP field when it truly should be Someone Else’s Problem. Where is healthcare in the Constitution? In the Tenth Amendment. Period.

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