You may come across bot-amplified activists pitching the idea that #Republicans have been packing the Courts for years, and therefore, hypocritically object to Democratic Party machinations to inflict #courtpacking on America if Kamala Harris and her running mate are elected.
So, is it true, have "Republicans been packing" the Courts for decades?
Well, let's start by agreeing that this, or any, conversation is pointless unless we share a common language. If you think so, then ...
Along with him, fortuitous and insightful folks took advantage of his rise, tied, but not too closely, their futures to his immediate German successes, and made real differences in their own fortunes by doing so. #bidenboostfromnazipublisher
A case in point would be #GeorgvonHolzbrinck, who, prior to seeing the advantages of servicing the publication needs of the #ThirdReich, scrabbled for a living selling books door to door.
But not one to miss the opportunity that supporting Nazism at home presented him, he built a publishing empire that has stood the test of time better than the Third Reich that funded the rise of his publication house.
The behavior of Democrats in Congress "inspires" me to long for the days of yore, when a People treated like crap by those that governed figured out the best solutions to their problems.
What were those solutions?
Protests. Some peaceful. Some not.
What did these protests include?
Hanging effigies of government officials.
Beheading effigies of government officials.
Destroying the personal and real property of government officials.
Tarring and feathering of government officials.
Riding government officials out of town on a rail.
I submitted comments in opposition to the proposal:
"(a) The Executive Director, as chief State elections official, may exercise emergency
powers to conduct an election in a district where the normal schedule for the election is disrupted by any of the following: (1) A natural disaster.
Congress enacted a restriction on the importation of foreign workers. A fairly straightforward Act, it appeared to embody a complete and total ban on the hiring of foreigners to fill jobs here in America.
An employer in New York -- home of the Great White Way, Broadway -- ignores the law because, in its judgment, the person best suited to play the role it needed filled was not an American, was not a resident alien. No, the actor needed for this Big Apple post was an Englishman.
And, rather than ask folks in DC to create an exception to their ban on foreign workers, the New York venue simply hired the Brit!
Subsequently, that decision, giving an "American" job to a foreigner, came before the Supreme Court.
A man broke into a home. Inside the house, he found the kitchen, made a sandwich, poured himself a glass of milk, and enjoyed his repast.
He found the bathroom, toileted, showered, and treated the glass cuts he got on his hand using the first aid kit under the bathroom sink. In the family room, there were shelves and shelves of books. He found an interesting one, and read for hours.
When the family came home, he had discovered that the dad worked from home as a call center operator, had signed in on the dad's accounts and was handling calls.
@TomSteyer just announced that he would dictate from the #WhiteHouse, using "the Executive emergency powers of the presidency," "how [companies] can generate electricity, what kind of cars they can build, what kind of buildings we’re gonna have...”