Alabama goes full California – your vote doesn’t matter

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) discussed the report in The Washington Post that accused former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct.

She said if Moore were to win in the December 12 U.S. Senate special election, he could be expelled if an ethics committee finds wrongdoing in an investigation.


Kinda reminds me of when gay marriage came up for a vote in California a few years ago. The People voted it down by a fairly narrow margin, then a judge stepped in and declared that the issue was unconstitutional and legalized it.
That was the last California State election I voted in. Why bother when one man can overturn millions of votes?

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11 Responses to Alabama goes full California – your vote doesn’t matter

  1. Elmo says:

    And the judge that declared it unconstitutional soon retired, came out as gay and married his partner of ten years, since he had then made it legal to do so.
    California sucks. Literally.

    Oh, and by the way. Attorney General Kamala Harris refused to defend a vote of the people she represented. She sucks too.

  2. George says:

    Expel Roy Moore? How about starting with the Senator from New Jersey (Menendez) that is currently on trial for > 10 felony counts of corruption.

    He seems a good candidate for expulsion. But wait, he’s a DEMOCRAT!

    • bogsidebunny says:

      Menendez is a Democrat and the liberal media has barely mentioned his trial, but Conservative Judge Moore gets negative coverage like flies on a gut wagon in July.

      • Andrew says:

        Now that was so descriptive I can actually smell it and taste it. Bleh.

        Thanks tons for re-awakening that particularly bad time of my life.

  3. Sanders says:

    For the Charlie Brown Party, the accusation is all that’s needed to prove guilt.

    Snatching defeat from the jaws of victory once again. Dig a little deeper and I’ll wager you will find McInsane’s and McConnel’s fingerprints all over this story.

  4. Aesop says:

    And if the ethics committee tried that, it’d end up in the Supreme Court by next month, with the state of Alabama as co-plaintiff, and every senator voting to expel him liable to be at risk of federal charges for violating civil rights.

    Which would sell a lot of newspapers, and popcorn, but the ethics committee would probably lose.

    It’d be a great Fort Sumter moment though, because 80/20 Alabama would vote to tell the US Senate to go to hell, and secede. Again.

    You would also probably be able to forecast Bitch McConjob’s future life expectancy (political, or actual) in hours were he even to let it get as far as committee vote.

    And his replacement would have the ethics committee posts reassigned to all Republicans, and they would promptly vote 48 Democrats out of the Senate.

    Then it would be hilarious.

    • crazyeighter says:

      Ejecting Moore for an ethics violation without a conviction, while letting Menendez skate with or without one would make for an interesting day in court.

  5. Curtis says:

    I stopped bothering to vote in CA elections after that fiasco as well. There was no point in at all. CA is a democratic republic the same way Cuba or Venezuela are. One man=all the votes+1

    • crazyeighter says:

      After Proposition 13 passed, TPTB in California resolved to never get caught flat-footed again.

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  7. Andrew says:

    Considering that one of the new accusers of Moore is being supported by Gloria Aldred, well, the wheels are off that wagon for good now.

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