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Nick Bryars and Riley Noel
The president must get the full advise and consent of the senate when making nominations in order to ensure the system of checks and balances continues to work well.
The Senate should defer to the President's choice of who he wants working under him
Decisions will be made quickly and less time will be spent deliberating
"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States"
hecks and Balances
When the President makes a nomination, what should be the nature of the Senate's "advice and consent"?
Diversity of Opinions
Diverse opinions and outlooks are essential in politics so that the people are better represented. When the advise and consent of the Senate is given to the President, this diversity expands naturally
Corruption In the Office
Without the consent and advise of the Senate, there can be corruption in the office that is brought upon by the President choosing who works directly under his authority.
Danger of Deception
The president is much more susceptible to terrorist attacks if choosing who works for them without the advise and consent of the Senate
Teapot Dome Scandal
Stronger federal government and therefor stronger Country
Checks and Balances
LBJ Golf of Tonkin
President Knows Best
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