Message from Asatru Artist - MD in Nice Respectable People Group #general
Plus half of them are women
Honestly, going back to formal politics, I'm kind of curious as to whether neoliberal Democrats and Republicucks are going to eventually draw the conclusion that their respective parties aren't coming back to them, and form a "BAISTE" centrist Fifth Column Party.
well we tried solving the divisivness years ago but nooooooooooooooo
are we still on track for 55? assuming all Rs?
@Goose Solving the divisiveness was always gonna involve a lot of plane tickets, muh dude.
Too much money to be had in the two-party system for the career politicians to give up, to be honest my guy
We need at least two of these: Murkowski, Collins, Manchin, Heitkamp
Then we'll have 50
So all Rs plus the two dems in that list would be 53
47 normie Republicans, plus Flake, Corker, Murkowski, and Collins
once we have the capital, we should start a fund for 1-way tickets back to their homeland (and they have to give up citizenship)
and Flake and Corker are in
so 49 guaranteed
(for the tie break)
look, you just need 50 votes for the tie breaker
who's throwing a kegger when BK gets voted in?
and the Republicans aren't dumb enough to have done all this without having at least 50
haha I also have bets on how many votes he'll get
so we just need one of Flake, Corker, Murkowski, or Collins for 50
so anything 52+ I'll get a bonus
if it's 55+ It'll be moon time,
but even 53/54 is good
52 votes would just about cover my costs on the others
Do you think we could somehow get Tucker or Ann Coulter to meet up with Kavanaugh more often? If we were to influence Kavanaugh, he could spread our ideas to the other R's in the SC
I think it might be a good idea for me to pump more money since we literally just need one more person
Gotta get that salt while it's fresh
I salivate at the thought of a society wherein I will never have the hear that phrases "communities of color" or "marginalized communities" ever again...
committee vote happening live at 1:30 https://www.c-span.org/video/?452084-1/senate-judiciary-committee-vote-brett-kavanaugh-nomination-130-pm