In the wake of Justice Scalia's death, should the nomination/confirmation process for his replacement proceed before or after this fall's election?
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  • mack - 5 years ago

    why should you tell me not to do my job. if all the truck driver stop driving till the next president elected. I bet you and the trucking company wouldn't like that. what right is right. what wrong is wrong. I don't care what side of the fence you or on. let the president do his job. for the one's that don't do their job, you need let them go.

  • Jim - 5 years ago

    It is the presidents responsiblity to nominate a candidate for replacement, but the senate has no time table to schedule a hearing conformation or even to schedule one, whether the nominee is qualified or not. As the democrats have done in the past.

  • Jim - 5 years ago

    It is the presidents responsiblity to nominate a candidate for replacement, but the senate has no time table to schedule a hearing conformation or even to schedule one, whether the nominee is qualified or not. As the democrats have done in the past.

  • Mark Oldham - 5 years ago

    It's in the constitution the the president select replacements for Supreme Court so it doesn't matter what people want at this point. He was elected and is the sitting Commander and Chief, It's is his duty. The senate only gets to vote up or down if selection is qualified.

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