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To: bk1000

Constitutionally out of the question


16 posted on 07/30/2020 6:20:00 AM PDT by maxtheripper
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To: maxtheripper
>>>Constitutionally out of the question

Which is why it should NOT be asked - and should not be celebrated by anyone who loves the constitution. I am amazed at people on here who say they love the constitution who so easily throw their principles out the window because it suits their purposes.

50 posted on 07/30/2020 6:39:06 AM PDT by NELSON111 (Congress: The Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog show. Theater for sheep. My politics determines my "hero")
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To: maxtheripper
Constitutionally out of the question

...and yet look at all the constitutionality violated already this year from banning churches from holding services to jailing business owners just for trying to open their shops.

What Trump is trying to do is get the Left on record that they won't delay the election over COVID. And there's no reason to.

72 posted on 07/30/2020 6:57:49 AM PDT by OrangeHoof (Face masks are simply mouth diapers for liberals.)
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To: maxtheripper
Constitutionally out of the question

Agreed, but it was a great troll!

81 posted on 07/30/2020 7:01:34 AM PDT by Fury (.)
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To: maxtheripper

“Constitutionally out of the question”

...everything the libs do is “constitutionally out of the question”. Trump just wants them to stroke out.


82 posted on 07/30/2020 7:01:56 AM PDT by albie
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To: maxtheripper

“Constitutionally out of the question“

Where does the Constitution say anything about “Presidential elections”?


117 posted on 07/30/2020 7:21:49 AM PDT by Jim Noble (Think like you’re right, listen like you’re wrong)
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To: maxtheripper

WRONG. Dates of federal elections are set by Congress, NOT by the Constitution. Only the inaugural date is Constitutionally mandated.


158 posted on 07/30/2020 7:44:59 AM PDT by backwoods-engineer (Politics is the continuation of war by other means. --Clausewitz)
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To: maxtheripper

The date for the election is set by statute, not the Constitution. The only “Constitutional” limitation is that both Houses of Congress would need to pass it first.


222 posted on 07/30/2020 8:45:23 AM PDT by The Unknown Republican
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