Scalia Nominated To Replace Acosta

Fungol!

When this flickered past, I seriously thought that one of his necromancers at POTUS Shield had raised Fat Tony from the dead to replace Labor Secretary Epstein, er, Acosta.

Anyway,if someone could please explain to me why Fat Tony’s spawn is qualified for this post, I’d appreciate it. I assume it has more to do with his evil and cursed ancestry than any job experience. Also: what’s the over-under that he flies through the Senate for approval?

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10 Responses to Scalia Nominated To Replace Acosta

  1. Dennis Cole says:

    “…not only as a lawyer, but as a lawyer with great experience, working with labor and everyone else.” There you have it, folks – Scalia’s qualification(s) in a nutshell. That ever-important, all-encompassing ability to work with Labor, and everyone else. We can all breathe a hearty sigh of relief at the good news, especially since it means that Patrick “Pizza-man” Pizzella is out of the running. I mean, I can’t even imagine having a guy named Pizzella in charge of anything other than school lunches.

    And as for being approved by the Senate? If he hasn’t been approved by the time I finish typing this, he soon will be. Unless he comes to his senses and declines the offer…

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  2. Sirius Lunacy says:

    His qualifications:
    – 1992–1993 he served as Special Assistant to Attorney General William P. Barr.

    And if that’s not enough for your picky liberal ass:
    – Scalia was in private practice in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, California, concentrating in labor and employment law and administrative law
    – He served as the solicitor (chief legal officer) of the Department of Labor ( A recess appointment)
    – After returning to private practice, Scalia argued for the plaintiffs in Wal-Mart v. Maryland in July 2006, which invalidated a state law under which large companies with at least 10,000 employees would have been required to spend at least 8% of their payroll on employee healthcare.

    As you can see, he’s PERFECT for the job.

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  3. laura says:

    Believe he also was part of the legal team on Bush v. Gore.

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  4. FELINE MAMA says:

    Well, DuhNold, seems you have been successful in draining the swamp as promised. You are now at the quicksand level. Please, jump in. If he does, someone please throw him an , anchor.

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  5. Astamari says:

    Even though the McConnell pet Senate would confirm him ina heartbeat, it’s not clear Scalia will be submitted for confirmation. Tump says he likes the flexibility of having “acting secretaries”

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  6. DC Loresch says:

    Really? After Rick “I-know-meat” Perry, Ben Carson [no one dies on the table, & the separatedtwins did not survive], and Betsy DeVos [so much to work with!]? Now you wonder if this nominee is qualified? He’s a partisan hack, isn’t he? What other qualification is needed? He’ll fit right in to those clowns already approved by the sycophantic Senate — and those pretending to be — on the Cabinet.

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