For Purposes Of Argument

Joe Doakes from Como Park emails:

Liberals moan about money in elections. Imagine the Liberals are correct and itโ€™s possible to buy politicians. How much would you pay to buy a Supreme Court justice seat to replace Scalia, knowing that failure gives the other side decades to control the law?

Joe doakes

I for one will throw a bake sale.

9 thoughts on “For Purposes Of Argument

  1. I guess one wonders why anyone would spend $5 million to get a job that pays $250,000/year for two years.

    And does all that money “buy” a representative’s votes, or do the representative’s votes attract the money to the power of that voting pattern? Pretty sure you couldn’t “pay” Al Franken enough to get him to vote to repeal Obamacare. And if big money won’t corrupt a liberal like Franken, it won’t corrupt anybody.

  2. With all the half–baked comments on this blog, I thought it was the least I could do.

  3. I was going to say “Oh Emery, you’re already a huge contributor of half-baked comments on this blog”, but justplainangry beat me to it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Now we get the spectacle it the JPA–Troy “Daisy Chain”. JPA is giving and Troy receiving. Well played boys!

  5. You’re the one leaving asinine commentary Emery. If you want to be the Alpha dimwit, you’re gonna have to out-ass the likes of dg; no easy task, that. The job involves absorbing massive amounts of mockery and mirth at your expense….so suck it up, cupcake.

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