Actor James Woods offered an elegant piece of advice to Republican senators when President Obama nominates Supreme Court appointees to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia — just turn the president’s own tactics around on him.
Late Sunday afternoon he tweeted:
This could not be simpler: absolutely do not confirm an #Obama SCOTUS nominee. Don’t discuss it; just ignore him, as he does the law.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) February 14, 2016
Pow! Woods’ followers loved it!
Simply stated, yet elegant and true. https://t.co/8cwjeQlOX2
— Tyler Boliver (@TylerBoliver) February 14, 2016
@RealJamesWoods We can’t let Obama appoint a Justice to our Supreme Court~ it will follow us ~not him~ for yrs to come~delay~ only way~♡
— Fran Cifelli (@FranCifelli) February 15, 2016
— Stephen McReynolds (@UncleSteveInGa) February 14, 2016
@RealJamesWoods Sometimes doing nothing is doing something.
— Tribulation Man (@TribulationMan) February 15, 2016
@RealJamesWoods wis words for our GOP contemporaries.
— Tom Fitzpatrick (@TomFitzpatric20) February 14, 2016
Some wondered who Obama might appoint to the high court.
— MainelyTrucks (@MainelyTrucks) February 15, 2016
— Amy JayBee (@BossClaw) February 15, 2016
But it really doesn’t matter who Obama appoints, so long as the GOP Senate follows Woods’ sage advice.
@RealJamesWoods great post!
— Trump’s Tinfoil Hat (@koolkat14215) February 15, 2016
@RealJamesWoods Unlike countless Obama actions, the Senate has every constitutional right to ignore his nominee.
— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) February 14, 2016
@RealJamesWoods delay delay delay
— Barbara Gruson (@BarbaraGruson) February 14, 2016
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