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To Whom It May Concern:
President Obama just announced his nomination for the vacant seat to
the Supreme Court, and to no one’s surprise, his selection is a partisan
liberal who will protect the Obama legacy. Like Obama, Merrick
Garland opposes the Second Amendment and favors radical
environmental regulations over jobs for our workers. Our country
deserves better than this, and it’s shameful that Democrats like Senator
Michael Bennet insist on ramming Garland’s confirmation through
before our voices can be heard in November.
In 2014, voters sent a loud and clear message by electing a Republican
majority in the U.S. Senate. They want that majority to serve as a check
and balance for President Obama, a lame duck president making a
politically charged nomination on his way out the door, all in the name
of protecting and preserving his own unpopular agenda. In case
President Obama and Senator Bennet have short memories, that agenda
was forcefully rejected the last time voters went to the polls.
Instead of upholding the will of the people, and giving voters another
chance to speak by electing a new president before a new justice is
confirmed, Senator Bennet and his fellow Democrats are far more
interested in playing politics. A seat on the Supreme Court is a lifetime
appointment. This decision is far too important to be taken lightly.
Senator Bennet should stand up on behalf of Coloradans and tell
President Obama that the next justice should be nominated and
confirmed once our new president is in office.
Bennet’s refusal to do so is the clearest sign yet that he chooses politics
over people, a message voters should remember when he’s on the ballot
in November.
Sincerely,
Bill in Aurora

To Whom It May Concern:
President Obama just announced his nomination for the vacant seat to
the Supreme Court, and to no one’s surprise, his selection is a partisan
liberal who will protect the Obama legacy. Like Obama, Merrick
Garland opposes the Second Amendment and favors radical
environmental regulations over jobs for our workers. Our country
deserves better than this, and Senator Dean Heller deserves credit for
taking a stand and ensuring that voters will have the opportunity to
speak before a new justice is confirmed.
A seat on the Supreme Court is a lifetime appointment. This decision is
too important to be made just months before a presidential election by a
president on his way out the door. The next justice could reshape the
court for a generation and the American people deserve to have a say in
the direction our country takes.
In 2014, voters sent a loud and clear message by electing a Republican
majority in the U.S. Senate: they want that majority to serve as a check
and balance for President Obama. Now it’s the duty of Senator Heller
and his colleagues to make sure our voices are heard and prevent the
president from locking in an unpopular agenda for decades – an agenda
that was already rejected in the last election.
Despite all the partisanship in Washington, there are areas where
Democrats and Republicans can work together. President Obama’s time
would be better spent setting forth an agenda that can receive bipartisan
support instead of making a politically charged nomination that upends
the will of the American people. I applaud Senator Heller for his
principled stand that will give us the opportunity to speak again before
any nominee is confirmed.
Sincerely,
Joe in West Des Moines


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