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Sunday, July 03, 2005

“Advice and Consent” ≠ “Adversarial Dissent”

Scrappleface speaks more truth in jest

Senate Democrats have a serious problem with the language of the Constitution. Their problem is simply that the pesky phrase “Advice and Consent” ≠ “Adversarial Dissent” (as they seem intent on translating it).

Forget Mass Media Podpeople newsreaders. Trash you copy of The Daily Lies and The New York Slimes. Get your news from Scrappleface. It's more likely to be accurate, even prescient, as this lil excerpt probably is:

The Massachusetts... Senator's office issued a news release to the media documenting the allegations against the potential high court judge, with a convenient blank line allowing reporters to fill in the nominee's name as soon as that information is leaked.
Yup. Just fill in the blank. Any name NOT chosen by the minority party will be unacceptable. Bet on it. (What part of "democracy" do the Senate Democrats not understand? Oh. The part where the LOSERS uhm... LOSE. Anti-democratic Democrats. Now there's a hint for ya. They stand firmly against the meaning of their own label.)