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 6 days ago '12        #26
OldBusiness 176 heat pts176
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 Skateboard T said
Yeah that's not as certain to happen as you seem to think.
 Bandito said
That was the point.

Now that the House and Senate are on record. trump is fully exposed as declaring a national emergency for no reason. This will be exhibit A in any legal proceedings.
Dan Coates getting fired today, gotta distract the public from the fact that his Republican Senate dont even support his bullsh*t
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 6 days ago '08        #27
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 Taree said

@ @ @ @ @ @/ @


aaaaannddd it failed LMAO



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 OldBusiness said
Dan Coates getting fired today, gotta distract the public from the fact that his Republican Senate dont even support his bullsh*t
I'm just waiting for the early Friday morning raid on Jr and Kushner. Trump is is gonna break Twitter that day. He's probably gonna gorge on big macs and diet Pepsi that day.


 6 days ago '06        #29
Skateboard T 49 heat pts49
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 flav said
aaaaannddd it failed LMAO



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What failed? The resolution passed lmao. I don't think you fully understand the implications of a resolution in this case... regardless of whether or not it was passed with a 2/3 majority...


When the President takes measures incompatible with the expressed or implied will of Congress, his power is at its lowest ebb, for then he can rely only upon his own constitutional powers minus any constitutional powers of Congress over the matter. Courts can sustain exclusive presidential control in such a case only by disabling [343 U.S. 579, 638] the Congress from acting upon the subject. Presidential claim to a power at once so conclusive and preclusive must be scrutinized with caution, for what is at stake is the equilibrium established by our constitutional system.
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This resolution was an expressed will of congress, none of the president's constitutional powers allow him to spend money not allocated to him by congress. Even if you cite the National Emergency Act, Congress has expressly said that the president may not declare a national emergency in this case.

The only way this wins in SCOTUS is if all of the conservative justices decide to ignore this longstanding precedent. Now I'm not sure if you know how conservative jurisprudence works...but the long and short of it is basically that conservatives hate to change precedent or adopt new rules. Sooooo yeah...
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 6 days ago '08        #30
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 Skateboard T said
What failed? The resolution passed lmao. I don't think you fully understand the implications of a resolution in this case... regardless of whether or not it was passed with a 2/3 majority...


When the President takes measures incompatible with the expressed or implied will of Congress, his power is at its lowest ebb, for then he can rely only upon his own constitutional powers minus any constitutional powers of Congress over the matter. Courts can sustain exclusive presidential control in such a case only by disabling [343 U.S. 579, 638] the Congress from acting upon the subject. Presidential claim to a power at once so conclusive and preclusive must be scrutinized with caution, for what is at stake is the equilibrium established by our constitutional system.
-Justice Robert H. Jackson, Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co.

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This resolution was an expressed will of congress, none of the president's constitutional powers allow him to spend money not allocated to him by congress. Even if you cite the National Emergency Act, Congress has expressly said that the president may not declare a national emergency in this case.

The only way this wins in SCOTUS is if all of the conservative justices decide to ignore this longstanding precedent. Now I'm not sure if you know how conservative jurisprudence works...but the long and short of it is basically that conservatives hate to change precedent or adopt new rules. Sooooo yeah...
whoops!

1st veto loaded in the chamber

in recent history the most overridden veto was GW Bush at 33%

wonder how this will play out
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 6 days ago '13        #31
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 flav said
aaaaannddd it failed LMAO



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 Skateboard T said
What failed? The resolution passed lmao. I don't think you fully understand the implications of a resolution in this case... regardless of whether or not it was passed with a 2/3 majority...


When the President takes measures incompatible with the expressed or implied will of Congress, his power is at its lowest ebb, for then he can rely only upon his own constitutional powers minus any constitutional powers of Congress over the matter. Courts can sustain exclusive presidential control in such a case only by disabling [343 U.S. 579, 638] the Congress from acting upon the subject. Presidential claim to a power at once so conclusive and preclusive must be scrutinized with caution, for what is at stake is the equilibrium established by our constitutional system.
-Justice Robert H. Jackson, Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co.

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This resolution was an expressed will of congress, none of the president's constitutional powers allow him to spend money not allocated to him by congress. Even if you cite the National Emergency Act, Congress has expressly said that the president may not declare a national emergency in this case.

The only way this wins in SCOTUS is if all of the conservative justices decide to ignore this longstanding precedent. Now I'm not sure if you know how conservative jurisprudence works...but the long and short of it is basically that conservatives hate to change precedent or adopt new rules. Sooooo yeah...


FA V

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 6 days ago '18        #32
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Republicans are such pussies. Always trying to vote by what's right while the Dems are laser focused on their goal to disrupt the president's agenda. What a group of idiots.

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 dc3003 said

@ @ @ your comic book story about trump being a russian spy is coming to a end
I guess you don't understand what this actually means. But then again you never do.
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 6 days ago '08        #34
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 Taree said


FA V

Awww Finally something creative

Other than that, stop mentioning me again LMAO
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 6 days ago '06        #35
Skateboard T 49 heat pts49
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 flav said
whoops!

1st veto loaded in the chamber

in recent history the most overridden veto was GW Bush at 33%

wonder how this will play out
We’re not talking about the legislature anymore, we’re talking about a Supreme Court challenge. It doesn’t matter if it’s vetoed or not at this point...the legislature’s part is done lol.

I literally gave you that info lol come on man try to keep up.


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 6 days ago '13        #36
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 Skateboard T said
We’re not talking about the legislature anymore, we’re talking about a Supreme Court challenge. It doesn’t matter if it’s vetoed or not at this point...the legislature’s part is done lol.

I literally gave you that info lol come on man try to keep up.


FA V

 6 days ago '12        #37
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 flav said
whoops!

1st veto loaded in the chamber

in recent history the most overridden veto was GW Bush at 33%

wonder how this will play out
My n*gga you were celebrating an L.for a few minutes there

Admit it that sh*t was funny
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 6 days ago '12        #38
OldBusiness 176 heat pts176
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 Taree said


FA V
I ate an edible.

I been tryna click the quote button for this post for a minute but could t cause I was laughing at the legendary smiley usage
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 6 days ago '12        #39
OldBusiness 176 heat pts176
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 flav said
whoops!

1st veto loaded in the chamber

in recent history the most overridden veto was GW Bush at 33%

wonder how this will play out
Cuz said whoops
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 6 days ago '13        #40
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 OldBusiness said
I ate an edible.

I been tryna click the quote button for this post for a minute but could t cause I was laughing at the legendary smiley usage
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 5 days ago '12        #41
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 danneywilliams said
Republicans are such pussies. Always trying to vote by what's right while the Dems are laser focused on their goal to disrupt the president's agenda. What a group of idiots.
Yeah how dare they vote for what's right


Mafu*ka mad cause they voted for the right choice and not the biased one. This is seriously sheep behavior

They listened to their constituents, and their constituents think the wall is a waste


You will never get a wall f*g**t
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 5 days ago '18        #42
danneywilliams 45 heat pts45
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 OldBusiness said
Yeah how dare they vote for what's right


Mafu*ka mad cause they voted for the right choice and not the biased one. This is seriously sheep behavior

They listened to their constituents, and their constituents think the wall is a waste


You will never get a wall f*g**t

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