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DeWine to speak at GOP dinner

March 8, 2014

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The March 18 Republican Party Lincoln Dinner will feature Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. The doors will open at Undo’s at St. Clairsville, 6:30 p.m. Dinner will begin at 7 p.....

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Mar-10-14 1:25 AM

The point is these judges are expected to be judges. Not Democrats or Republicans. Sadly like the rest in power they look after their own special interests. I guess you missed the point. I was just posting facts. My personal feelings on the matter is the two party system is broken beyond repair.

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Mar-09-14 11:13 PM

Democrats started these judicial wars way back when, and then accelerated them during Bush's terms. I think our current president also voted to fillibuster one of Bush's Supreme Court nominee's. What goes around comes around, and eventually icing the 60 vote threshold for these judges will come back and haunt the Dems too.

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Mar-08-14 10:37 PM

qualified, Hardly. Extremists, very over the top and far from middle of the road....

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Mar-08-14 10:09 PM

President Obama nominated three qualified people to the three vacancies on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, Senate Republicans put up a coordinated front of righteous indignation, accusing the president of trying to “pack” the court to “rubber-stamp” his agenda. This act was somewhat hard to believe coming from a party that less than a decade ago successfully pushed to confirm George W. Bush’s nominees to the very same seats. The cries of “court-packing” were also a little bit undermined by the fact that Senate Republicans had allowed just one of President Obama’s nominees to be confirmed to the court, in contrast to four of Bush’s nominees and eight of Reagan’s. Compared to Bush's full two terms 91 % of his judicial nominees were confirmed. Obama is not even to the middle of his second term yet and senate Republicans have blocked 24% of his judicial nominees leaving him with success rate of only 76% compared to Bush's 91% after 8 full years in office. These are facts.

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Mar-08-14 11:03 AM

I always thought that Supreme Court justices were to be nonpartisan.

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Mar-08-14 1:26 AM

That is comical to say the least. If old Abe was alive today these guys wouldn't want anything to do with him.

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