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This is just balderdash. RobSDe Plorabus Unum 01:32, 27 March 2020 (EDT)

It is certainly a term I've never heard of before. --DavidB4 (TALK) 02:20, 27 March 2020 (EDT)
I was thinking of Speedy. It's just a DNC effort to divide the GOP in an election year. And amateurish at that. RobSDe Plorabus Unum 05:10, 27 March 2020 (EDT)
I assure you that I'm not a DNC hack trying to promote division. If you look at my editing record here, you can see that I've largely been a faithful editor on this site for months. Although I have made certain edits deemed unnecessary or ridiculous in the past, I will genuinely attest that I'm a conservative who just wants to add more content to this site. --LiberaltearsYour reminder that Biden committed quid pro joe 11:21, 27 March 2020 (EDT)
Susan Collins, for example, Democrat in All but Name. No, sorry. Susan Collins actually has a brain and some sense of morals. RobSDe Plorabus Unum 05:12, 27 March 2020 (EDT)
Collins did not vote for witnesses in the impeachment sham. I cannot think of one unconstitutional vote Collins ever made. Yes, she did vote for cloture on Obamacare, but did not vote for the final bill. Yes, she proposed a Censure motion against Clinton's impeachment, but yes, she also voted to impeach the scumbag.
While Collins panders and postures for Maine Democrats on any controversial measure, she can be counted on in the final vote. National media always takes her posturing for a couple thousand backwoods Democrat voters in the 42nd most populous state as some sort of trend sweeping the nation or the final demise of the Republican party, after 30 years of listening for this dog that never barks, it gets stale after awhile. RobSDe Plorabus Unum 05:31, 27 March 2020 (EDT)
How is it sarcastic mockery? For one, the term DIAN was mentioned here. Aside from possibly the detail about Susan Collins voting on the impeachment sham witnesses, all of the other information is true and mostly accurate. Besides, regarding Susan Collins' record, I dunno if has ‘a brain and some sense of morals’, given her being part of the extremely corrupt SSCI. And if you see here, it becomes clear how her voting record is very liberal on many issues. Not to mention here as well. Both were linked in the references section for the content page. Also, why didn't anyone inform me of such being “balderdash” before? I created this page almost a month ago, and I don't remember one editor complaining about it being a ‘sarcastic mockery’ then. --LiberaltearsYour reminder that Biden committed quid pro joe 10:58, 27 March 2020 (EDT)
Ok, you got me there. What's her ADA (Americans for Democratic Action} rating.? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by RobSmith (talk)
It was reportedly 45% according to Vote Smart, but this was back in 2006. In 2017, it was 30%, according to here. The latter source does state that Collins has recently elicited a higher rating from pro-life groups and a much lower rating from the NARAL, although this is probably due to her voting in favor of many of Trump's pro-life court nominations. --LiberaltearsYour reminder that Biden committed quid pro joe 12:15, 27 March 2020 (EDT)