Why Everyone Needs To Vote in 2020 (Hint: It’s Not Just Kavanaugh)

The Judicial Temperament of Justice Gangbang

Vox tells us that Justice Brett Kavanaugh supports gutting the regulatory power of federal agencies.

The virgin mayor of Keg City released an opinion about a case the court had decided not to hear last year in which all four conservative justices indicated they were in favor of limiting agency regulation. Weird, huh?

Kavanaugh hadn’t been confirmed to the Court when it heard arguments in Gundy v. United States, so his now-public opinion tells us that a majority of justices supports gutting things like the Clean Air Act and of course, The Affordable Care Act.

It would effectively give the Republican-controlled Supreme Court veto power over federal laws. And I don’t think you need much imagination to see where this would take us.

I know that good Scissorheads are regular voters and you will of course be at the polls for the 2020 Goat Rodeo, but the stakes just became incredibly higher. Please make whatever plans you can to get out the vote: friends, family, neighbors, strangers at the grocery, whoevs.

If you thought 2020 was important before, it just became geometrically more important. We gotta clean house.

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9 Responses to Why Everyone Needs To Vote in 2020 (Hint: It’s Not Just Kavanaugh)

  1. sos says:

    So, who’s the sneering guy with Chiclets for teeth?

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  2. Redhand says:

    The idea that the federal government has no power to issue regulations implementing federal statutes is absurd. WTF is the matter with these people?

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    • “Shrink it until it’s small enough to drown in the bathtub”

      Welcome to the bathtub.

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    • Astamari says:

      This is the problem when you have judges and especially SCOTUS judges that are ruled by an extremist ideology that dismisses precedents or Constitutional provisions that are inconvenient to their views. Effectively they are saying the rule of law is whatever I say it is. That’s why I support the move to expand the size of the Court. “Conservatives” are not conservative; they are smooth talking Jacobins at war with this country.

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  3. Pyed says:

    Next November we have to shrink the Republican party small enough that it can accidentally slip down the drain pipe.

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  4. donnah says:

    We not only have to vote in large numbers, but in numbers so large that any interference by the Russians can’t be greater than ours.

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  5. angry spittle says:

    Kavanaugh need to be impeached for lying to congress during his confirmation hearings. The evidence is clear cut and indisputable. Important witnesses were not even called to testify.

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    • MDavis says:

      Anyone involved in the “investigations” into claims against him and into his financial shenanigans is also in question and should also be subject to prosecution.

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