“In such a moment, the partisanship will manifest itself across government, and there’s no reason to think the nomination process will be exempt from that.
You meet a cute guy in at a party and start talking. You start going on dates and you’re having a good time, but in the midst of pillow talk, he tells you that he’s bisexual.
Republicans wouldn’t even hold a hearing for Merrick Garland, President Barack Obama’s nominee.
Democrats are threatening a filibuster, which takes 60 votes to overcome, to try to stop Gorsuch from becoming a justice.
Only about 222 years ago — when the Senate voted down George Washington’s choice for chief justice.
This year’s brouhaha sees Senate Democrats and Republicans bracing for a showdown over President Donald Trump’s nominee, Neil Gorsuch.