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Old 06-04-2019, 08:57 AM
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Originally Posted by HurricaneDitka View Post
No, they were not "obligated" to vote on Garland. Not holding a vote is one perfectly-Constitutional way for the Senate to withhold its advice and consent to the President's nominees. You may not like it, but there's nothing in the Constitution that obligates the Senate to hold a vote, or even a hearing on a nominee.
Yep, dig up and defend every loophole you can find while you pave our way toward a fascist state.