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“Blue Slips”

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A Senate Judiciary Committee’s policy which asks the two senators from a nominee’s home state for their opinion before the committee holds a hearing or further evaluates the nominee.

Senators select “I approve” or “I object” on a blue slip of paper. The president has the power to appoint judges—with the advice and consent of the Senate—but under this 100-year-old tradition, a single senator may be able to bring a confirmation to a crashing halt.

So for any reason, one person can stop a judicial nomination cold.

Usually, a personal or political reason.

Political means different ideology or of the other party.

Rarely does it have anything to do with the nominee’s qualifications.

This is political corruption, nothing else.

Both parties are equally guilty.

The solution is simple:

—  Americans join NEW POLITICAL PARTY

—  get intelligent, honorable manager of the nation

—  end corruption and incompetence in government

Your country, your choice.



The facts no one wants to read.

If the facts make you mad, it could be the truth hurts.

Written by solutions777

October 4, 2017 at 7:09 pm

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