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Kavanaugh's argument

about executive immunity is basically that his close observation of the presidency during the George W. Who? administration led him to believe that the office is so taxing and burdensome that it would be a threat to national security to permit distraction.

 

But that would be a normal president who works 12-16 hours a day, keeps office hours, does press conferences. This one doesn't do any of that stuff and just sits in the executive residence all day watching Fox on TV and tweeting.

 

He has time on his hands.

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Senior Contributor

Re: Kavanaugh's argument

When do you eat? Tend to bodily functions?
Senior Contributor

Re: Kavanaugh's argument

(But that would be a normal president who works 12-16 hours a day, keeps office hours, does press conferences. This one doesn't do any of that stuff and just sits in the executive residence all day watching Fox on TV and tweeting. 

He has time on his hands.)

 

OK, now I'm convinced that you don't really know what twitter is, and how much time it takes to write & post a tweet.

Senior Advisor

Re: Kavanaugh's argument

That's why he is winning and you are not. HEE HEE HEE He's a winner and you cry in your beer and complain about him. HEE HEE HEE.

Senior Contributor

Re: Kavanaugh's argument

Hardnox I hope if ever you are being rushed to the hospital while some one is applying pressure to an artery, the driver gets pulled over and the cop takes a half hour to write the ticket. After all, you’re not above the law! Maybe then you will understand something about priorities.