[ExI] blue screen = hard disk crash?
painlord2k at libero.it
Tue Jul 1 16:14:00 UTC 2014
Il 01/07/2014 15:19, William Flynn Wallace ha scritto:
> If two branches do not agree is the task of "The People" to solve the
> Well, that's the problem, isn't it?
"The People" is always the problem.
They continue to do what they want and not what their leaders want (for
their greater good).
> We keep electing the same sorts of people, because those are the ones
> whom the parties put up and the lobbyists and pacs fund. "The People"
> don't really have choices in most cases. Independents can't get much
> funding. Parties run the show. I think Nevada has some sort of law in
> some elections where people can vote for 'none of these', and if no one
> gets a majority the parties have to put up other candidates. I think
> this is a splendid idea.
The fact they are and must stay unable to fill the positions without an
agreement is because "The People" will be forced to change them and vote
> I think Congress does have a duty to fill positions in government.
Maybe. It is written somewhere?
But have they a duty to fill the positions in government with the
candidates picked up by the POTUS?
> courts are backlogged because Congress won't vote on judges to fill the
> positions. I don't think you can convince me that the GOP has serious
> issues with every single person Obama has proposed for a job. It's
> spite. Obstructionism. Pettiness.
Maybe they have serious issues with them BECAUSE they were named by
Obama. If they are chosen with the same degree of partisanship Obama
choose his administration, all would be not acceptable to any opposition
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