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    Quote Originally Posted by Captdon View Post
    No one is voting on something morally reprehensible. This just a trick remark. Yes, I expect the people I elect to represent me to vote my way.
    I used the words "mind experiment" on purpose. I guess we see things in a different way.
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    I personally think this is unforgivable and her gullible politics need to swap parties. She voted with the Democrats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripmeister View Post
    Uhhhhh.......personal integrity perhaps?
    Are only those Republicans who emulate most Democrats--in other words, RINOs--gifted with "personal integrity," in your opinion?

    If that is not the case, please name some Republicans who usually vote with most other Republicans--in other words, conservatives--that you would consider to have "personal integrity."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trish View Post
    This is a message that the other side should highlight. The GOP isn't interested in representing it's constituents and will punish any member who is.
    Since Alaska is a very red state, I have serious doubts about the premise that Ms. Murkowski was "representing it's [sic] constituents" by casting the single Republican vote against the confirmation of Judge (now Justice) Kavanaugh.

    Perhaps it might be argued that she was targeting suburban moms--who tend to be rather centrist (or even, sometimes, liberal)--but probably not the state as a whole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Then of course Manchin who voted yes like his Constituents wanted. But now the Demos will punish him for voting against the party.
    Actually, Manchin voted "Yes" only after his vote was no longer needed. (He apparently did not want to put Kavanaugh over the top, if Republican votes alone would not accomplish it.)

    Presumably, Chuck Schumer turned him loose, to vote however he might best please his constituents (and, therefore, best position himself for re-election), once it became clear that the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh could be stopped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjohns View Post
    Are only those Republicans who emulate most Democrats--in other words, RINOs--gifted with "personal integrity," in your opinion?

    If that is not the case, please name some Republicans who usually vote with most other Republicans--in other words, conservatives--that you would consider to have "personal integrity."
    Uh no. I made no equivalency. Personal integrity is just that, personal. She had her reasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjohns View Post
    Actually, Manchin voted "Yes" only after his vote was no longer needed. (He apparently did not want to put Kavanaugh over the top, if Republican votes alone would not accomplish it.)

    Presumably, Chuck Schumer turned him loose, to vote however he might best please his constituents (and, therefore, best position himself for re-election), once it became clear that the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh could be stopped.
    Per your earlier response to me this might be an example of personal integrity or lack thereof on the other side. Only each individual knows the answer to that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripmeister View Post
    Uh no. I made no equivalency. Personal integrity is just that, personal. She had her reasons.
    Then please feel free to name some Republicans who are not RINOS who possess "personal integrity," in your opinion.

    (It certainly does seem like the left praises only those Republicans--among members of the GOP--who are centrist, or even slightly left-of-center.)

    And since you claim that Sen. Murkowski must have had "her reasons" for voting against Judge (now Justice) Kavanaugh, I would think that you could suggest at least one or two possibilities...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjohns View Post
    Then please feel free to name some Republicans who are not RINOS who possess "personal integrity," in your opinion.

    (It certainly does seem like the left praises only those Republicans--among members of the GOP--who are centrist, or even slightly left-of-center.)

    And since you claim that Sen. Murkowski must have had "her reasons" for voting against Judge (now Justice) Kavanaugh, I would think that you could suggest at least one or two possibilities...
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    She voiced her opinion and the tribe wants to leave her in the wilderness.

    Hooray for democracy...

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