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December 22, 2018, 05:53:15 AM
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With the news that Ruth Bader Ginsberg having a cancerous tumor removed from her lung, one must wonder how much longer she will last on the Supreme Court. Especially considering her hospitalization a few months ago, I would encourage her to retire and enjoy her elder years.

With the above taken into consideration, I would speculate that Amy Coney Barrett will be the next nominee to the US Supreme Court, especially if Trump is re-elected in 2020. This would result in the Supreme Court taking a major shift towards originalism, in that it will read the constitution as written, and will no longer unilaterally change the constitution from the bench for political purposes, without the consent of the citizens who the constitution governs.

When do you think Barrett will be nominated? Will Soros backed groups attack her the same way they attacked Kavanaugh (with baseless accusations)? 

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December 22, 2018, 04:14:24 PM
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When do you think Barrett will be nominated? Will Soros backed groups attack her the same way they attacked Kavanaugh (with baseless accusations)? 

Given what the left groups put everyone through last time, I'm okay if Ted Cruz or Newt Gingrich is nominated. Maybe it's payback time.

And the CIA should get to work to fix the insurrections caused or promoted by the Soros backed groups.
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December 22, 2018, 07:03:22 PM
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Who wants to take bets on how many rape accusers come forward for her?

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December 22, 2018, 07:30:56 PM
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Who wants to take bets on how many rape accusers come forward for her?
They probably won’t be against her. Perhaps there will be accusations she either looked the other way or tried to cover up claims of rape against those under her supervision.

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December 22, 2018, 08:37:43 PM
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Who wants to take bets on how many rape accusers come forward for her?
They probably won’t be against her. Perhaps there will be accusations she either looked the other way or tried to cover up claims of rape against those under her supervision.

So maliciously hammering and smearing a conservative woman is hard for the left?

Nope. The lying cunts of the left love it.

Just think about...

Sarah Palin
Michelle Bachman
Ivanka Trump
Melania Trump

Women's rights and respect for women is reserved for the APPROVED LIBERAL WOMEN.



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December 22, 2018, 10:33:11 PM
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I think RBG should just hold the seat open as long as she's breathing (and Trump is in the WH).

I'm okay if Ted Cruz or Newt Gingrich is nominated. Maybe it's payback time.

Maybe Biden will win 2020 and RBG will step down down early in 2021 so Biden can nominate Hilary!!!  When the GOP loses the senate in 2020 they will not be happy they "nuked" SCOTUS nominee filibustering!

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December 23, 2018, 12:02:45 AM
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I think RBG should just hold the seat open as long as she's breathing (and Trump is in the WH).
I don’t doubt she is trying to do that, but based on her health, I don’t know how successful she will be in doing that. I also don’t know if that will be what’s best for her and her family.

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Maybe Biden will win 2020 and RBG will step down down early in 2021 so Biden can nominate Hilary!!!  When the GOP loses the senate in 2020 they will not be happy they "nuked" SCOTUS nominee filibustering!
I doubt Hilary can get confirmed, even if Democrats has a 60 vote majority/10 vote cushion. I also have doubts that Biden can even get the nomination. The Democrats have moved far enough left because of trump that I suspect they will nominate someone with ideology similar to Sanders (eg a socialist), who has no real chance of getting elected even if trump was caught in bed with Putin.

Kavanaugh hasn’t shifted the court as far right as some have predicted because Roberts has played the role of a swing vote. I suspect this will change once Ginsberg leaves the bench.

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December 23, 2018, 12:26:47 AM
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There is the possibility that she (at her advanced age, and I am not advocating this or gloating about it, it's just reality) could go comatose or otherwise completely incapable of functioning on the court, but not resign.

She has to actually die or resign.

I think RBG should just hold the seat open as long as she's breathing (and Trump is in the WH).

I'm okay if Ted Cruz or Newt Gingrich is nominated. Maybe it's payback time.

Maybe Biden will win 2020 and RBG will step down down early in 2021 so Biden can nominate Hilary!!!  When the GOP loses the senate in 2020 they will not be happy they "nuked" SCOTUS nominee filibustering!
Maybe this, maybe that.

It's clear, I believe, that Hillary would not qualify.  Oh, wait, you conjectured a scenario where the senate was Dem. I agree with you then, her criminal activities would not be a factor, given the levels of corruption with those guys. And the payoffs her Foundation would make to Dem senators would get her in.

Then you'd just have to rewrite history to make it all look nice.
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December 24, 2018, 12:28:50 PM
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There is the possibility that she (at her advanced age, and I am not advocating this or gloating about it, it's just reality) could go comatose or otherwise completely incapable of functioning on the court, but not resign.

She has to actually die or resign.

I have a feeling this is what is going to happen, even if the dems have to keep her head around in a glass jar.

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December 24, 2018, 08:00:05 PM
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There is the possibility that she (at her advanced age, and I am not advocating this or gloating about it, it's just reality) could go comatose or otherwise completely incapable of functioning on the court, but not resign.

She has to actually die or resign.

I have a feeling this is what is going to happen, even if the dems have to keep her head around in a glass jar.
There is no limit as to the number of Supreme Court justices. If she, or another Justice is unable to vote on a regular basis, the president may simply end up nominating another SC justice.

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December 24, 2018, 08:38:17 PM
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....There is no limit as to the number of Supreme Court justices. If she, or another Justice is unable to vote on a regular basis, the president may simply end up nominating another SC justice.

That's a "nuclear option."

Not a good idea, although some future Dem admin would do it if it benefited them without blinking or thinking about tradition or future consequences.
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December 24, 2018, 09:14:30 PM
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....There is no limit as to the number of Supreme Court justices. If she, or another Justice is unable to vote on a regular basis, the president may simply end up nominating another SC justice.

That's a "nuclear option."

Not a good idea, although some future Dem admin would do it if it benefited them without blinking or thinking about tradition or future consequences.
I think it would be different if she was not participating in the hearings and not voting on cases versus her being old and in poor health (and saying things like a certain resolution will hurt people’s feelings).

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December 24, 2018, 11:29:23 PM
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....There is no limit as to the number of Supreme Court justices. If she, or another Justice is unable to vote on a regular basis, the president may simply end up nominating another SC justice.

That's a "nuclear option."

Not a good idea, although some future Dem admin would do it if it benefited them without blinking or thinking about tradition or future consequences.
I think it would be different if she was not participating in the hearings and not voting on cases versus her being old and in poor health (and saying things like a certain resolution will hurt people’s feelings).

It's a serious issue, but it's clear they are appointed by life. Constitution. Back then, though, life was short and brutal. Now, it is long, and the last few years are an issue. Looks like a matter there could be a reasonable fix to that all sides could agree to.

And as of today, in spite of some wacky comments, we are not at that point with Ginsburg.

Somewhat related. Google "fit to serve Supreme Court" and you don't get Ginsburg. You get 9-1 Kavanaugh, "not fit to serve."

Google is a lying cunt.
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