Quisling of the Day: Mike Bloomberg

Joe Lieberman: “I’m feeling relevant again.”

Democrats: Don’t Use Republican Playbook on Gorsuch:

“Proponents of the obstructionist strategy argue that the ends justify the means – that any tactic to thwart the other side is acceptable. They couldn’t be more wrong. No party has a monopoly on wisdom. Absolutism and extreme partisanship crowd out both compromise and fresh ideas. They also threaten the stability of our most vital democratic institutions: the judiciary, Congress and the presidency. … By all objective accounts, including from the American Bar Association, Gorsuch is a highly qualified nominee. He is not, of course, the person Democrats would have selected. But Democrats had a chance to determine the court’s make-up by electing their presidential nominee, and they failed.”

Oh, dear. Bloomberg must have been hanging out with Traitor Joe again.

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3 Responses to Quisling of the Day: Mike Bloomberg

  1. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Bloomberg’s not really a quisling, he was always Republican lite, because he wants to maintain a low tax rate… he just wants to be invited to nice parties, so he can’t go full Gohmert.


  2. Bruce388 says:

    Democrats had the Oval Office and a nominee for the Supreme Court. Then Chinless Mitch pulled that “last year” rule out of his ass. And another thing: Before Putin and Comey affected the election, some Repugs said they wouldn’t have hearings for Hillary’s nominees. Some of us haven’t forgotten.


  3. roket says:

    Um, turnabout is fair play, especially in politics. This is how lessons are taught and learned.


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