oldschoolskater t1_jdyqm64 wrote

In all seriousness can we skip by the he's better than any Republican no matter what condition he's in. He won the election, he is the senator.

He's been in a mental health facility for 6 weeks now, which is way beyond average for depression, it's obvious there's something more serious going on.

Once he's released what are your expectations of him as a senator? Should he be held to the same standards requiring him to carry the same workload as other senators? Do you expect him to be able to critically evaluate legislation and vote on it? Or will you be satisfied if he just votes party line?


oldschoolskater t1_jddkhgw wrote

Yep. I get it. It's funny that you aren't actually under the influence per say but you have evidence that a drug was in your system. If they could figure out a way to tell that you used alcohol at some point in the last few weeks they could get people on that too. Then they can get a lot more DUI charges. Lol. Sarcasm of course.


oldschoolskater OP t1_jdccd23 wrote

'The Park County, Colorado, coroner has confirmed that a body found in a wooded area Wednesday evening is 17-year-old Austin Lyle, who allegedly shot and wounded two staff members earlier that day at a Denver high school – a community already reeling from a fatal incident of gun violence last month."