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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies At 87

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Tikk
57 minutes ago, grimreefer said:

Right now scores of concave-chested liberal males are rehearsing their stories about how Amy Coney Barrett once forced them into sex against their will. - Kurt Schlichter

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Social media is exploding with the leftist loser rage mobs threatening to "burn it all down" if RBG is replaced (not caring that they won't have anything left to burn down when Trump gets reelected). The ones not pathetically screaming for more destruction are wailing damnation, and much much worse, at RBG for having the nerve to die before they can get rid of ORANGEMANBAD!!!.

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And that is how the Coronavirus pandemic suddenly went *POOF*

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Howsithangin
7 hours ago, Taggart Transcontinental said:

This is one I will be celebrating.

I can't go that far.  I despised her, but I don't put her in the same camp as Soros, Omar, Pelosi, Hillary, etc whose passing I will toast.

 

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RedSoloCup
10 hours ago, LongKnife said:

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87

NPR

Nina Totenberg

September 18, 2020

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the demure firebrand who in her 80s became a legal, cultural, and feminist icon has died. The Supreme Court announced her death, saying the cause was complications from cancer.

Architect of the legal fight for women's rights in the 1970s, Ginsburg subsequently served 27 years on the nation's highest court, becoming its most prominent member. Her death will inevitably set in motion what promises to be a nasty and tumultuous political battle over who will succeed her, and it thrusts the Supreme Court vacancy into the spotlight of the presidential campaign.

Just days before her death, as her strength waned, Ginsburg dictated this statement to her granddaughter Clara Spera: "My most fervent wish is that i I will not be replaced until a new president is installed."

She knew what was to come. Ginsburg's death will have profound consequences for the court and the country. Inside the court, not only is the leader of the liberal wing gone, but with the Court about to open a new term, Chief Justice John Roberts no longer holds the controlling vote in closely contested cases.

Though he has a consistently conservative record in most cases, he has split from fellow conservatives in a few important ones, this year casting his vote with liberals, for instance, to at least temporarily protect the so-called Dreamers from deportation by the Trump administration, to uphold a major abortion precedent, and to uphold bans on large church gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic. But with Ginsburg gone, there is no clear court majority for those outcomes.

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Taggart Transcontinental
3 hours ago, Howsithangin said:

I can't go that far.  I despised her, but I don't put her in the same camp as Soros, Omar, Pelosi, Hillary, etc whose passing I will toast.

 

Look at the entire breadth of her decisions and arguments over the years. She was a trail blazer, one of the most dangerous people in our nation pushing marxism. She's the one that motivated the Egyptian's to use the UN Constitution as a base instead of the US Constitution to create their document.

https://www.dailysignal.com/2012/02/08/justice-ginsburg-i-would-not-look-to-the-u-s-constitution/

This woman WAS a special kind of deviant, one that swayed decisions in a country she despised. I am thrilled she can do no more harm. At the minimum she was a standard that all marxists looked up to. Now she is no more and that's a great thing. Put her in the dirt and lets replace her as soon as possible. If they win in November they will flood the court regardless.

I believe if we don't put someone on the bench before November it will be a rallying cry for marxists to show up at the poll in droves, so we gotta get that done now to demoralize them.

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Ladybird

RIP Notorious RBG... For all you've stood for and done for women's equality, I wish you Godspeed and sleep with the angels..

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Specs
3 minutes ago, Taggart Transcontinental said:

Look at the entire breadth of her decisions and arguments over the years. She was a trail blazer, one of the most dangerous people in our nation pushing marxism. She's the one that motivated the Egyptian's to use the UN Constitution as a base instead of the US Constitution to create their document.

https://www.dailysignal.com/2012/02/08/justice-ginsburg-i-would-not-look-to-the-u-s-constitution/

This woman WAS a special kind of deviant, one that swayed decisions in a country she despised. I am thrilled she can do no more harm. At the minimum she was a standard that all marxists looked up to. Now she is no more and that's a great thing. Put her in the dirt and lets replace her as soon as possible. If they win in November they will flood the court regardless.

I believe if we don't put someone on the bench before November it will be a rallying cry for marxists to show up at the poll in droves, so we gotta get that done now to demoralize them.

Yep, I agree. Besides I am sick of hearing about rules and bull<censored> that was done in the past. If the shoes were reversed the democRATs would have announced a vote 1 minute after it came out the justice died.

Especially, with the democRATs saying they are going to expand the court if they win the White House and Senate. Time to stop playing by a different set of rules and holding ourselves to standards in a war that has been raging for the last 60 years.

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gravelrash
7 hours ago, Natural Selection said:

Installed? Wrong country, Ruth. We still do elections here.

Testimony to her proclivities.

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Specs
1 hour ago, Taggart Transcontinental said:

Hold the vote, they will go insane, and thus we prove just how crazy they are to the "moderates".

Oh the entertainment value would be just beautiful. They are already losing their minds at the prospect.

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AntonToo

RBG had a long, full-to-the-end, historic life to be celebrated.

 

Now on to what she leaves behind:

If you think he and McCollin have ANY concern about "bad" or "hypocritical" you just don't know who you are dealing with. 

There is only one way Trump doesn't try to get nomination now and that is if he and his advisors deem an open supreme court seat advantagious to his election prospects. It maybe will give some conservatives disenchanted with Trump some motivation to go pull a lever for a chance at overturning Roe vs. Wade...but there is some, probably more limited, flipside in this also motivating some to go vote for Biden.

Having said that I think more then anything Trump is looking to change the topic from the Covid and for that reason he will nominate either some not-too-offensive conservative if their goals is to fill the court before election...or a red-meat conservative if the goal is to very explicitly put this SC judge on the ballot, while disrupting the newscycle.

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pepperonikkid

One thing I will say: Harris should not vote since she running for president

 

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Ben Cranklin

Anyway, I wonder if her funeral will be the occasion for televising some sort of basically anti-Trump rally like McCain's.

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Natural Selection
1 hour ago, AntonToo said:

RBG had a long, full-to-the-end, historic life to be celebrated.

 

Now on to what she leaves behind:

If you think he and McCollin have ANY concern about "bad" or "hypocritical" you just don't know who you are dealing with. 

There is only one way Trump doesn't try to get nomination now and that is if he and his advisors deem an open supreme court seat advantagious to his election prospects. It maybe will give some conservatives disenchanted with Trump some motivation to go pull a lever for a chance at overturning Roe vs. Wade...but there is some, probably more limited, flipside in this also motivating some to go vote for Biden.

Having said that I think more then anything Trump is looking to change the topic from the Covid and for that reason he will nominate either some not-too-offensive conservative if their goals is to fill the court before election...or a red-meat conservative if the goal is to very explicitly put this SC judge on the ballot, while disrupting the newscycle.

Cool story, bro.

Here's what will really happen. Trump will jump at the chance to fill the seat for two reasons. He puts America First and filling that seat with a conservative is critical. While it's 99.9% certain that he will be reelected, it's not a sure thing. Trump will not give the democrats even a microscopic chance at replacing RBG. Replacing RBG before the election will send the left into mouth-foaming animal-like behavior that will drive independents to Trump on election day. Bet on it.

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Natural Selection
1 hour ago, pepperonikkid said:

One thing I will say: Harris should not vote since she running for president

 

Has she chimed in yet?

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AntonToo
1 hour ago, Natural Selection said:

Cool story, bro.

Here's what will really happen. Trump will jump at the chance to fill the seat for two reasons. He puts America First and filling that seat with a conservative is critical. While it's 99.9% certain that he will be reelected, it's not a sure thing. Trump will not give the democrats even a microscopic chance at replacing RBG. Replacing RBG before the election will send the left into mouth-foaming animal-like behavior that will drive independents to Trump on election day. Bet on it.

I'm laughing at your naive idea that Trump has any sort of ideological concern about who is on the court. He couldn't care less unless it somehow helps him.

Any nomination put forth now will have automatic no vote from the Democrats who will say that nomination a 45 days before election is ridiculous given that Republican blocked a nomination made 11months before one.

That leaves very narrow margins and requires a very vanilla nomination to pass.

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AntonToo
1 hour ago, Natural Selection said:

Has she chimed in yet?

She will absolutely vote. Anyone saying she will abstain lives on the moon.

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RedSoloCup
4 hours ago, AntonToo said:

RBG had a long, full-to-the-end, historic life to be celebrated.

 

Now on to what she leaves behind:

If you think he and McCollin have ANY concern about "bad" or "hypocritical" you just don't know who you are dealing with. 

There is only one way Trump doesn't try to get nomination now and that is if he and his advisors deem an open supreme court seat advantagious to his election prospects. It maybe will give some conservatives disenchanted with Trump some motivation to go pull a lever for a chance at overturning Roe vs. Wade...but there is some, probably more limited, flipside in this also motivating some to go vote for Biden.

Having said that I think more then anything Trump is looking to change the topic from the Covid and for that reason he will nominate either some not-too-offensive conservative if their goals is to fill the court before election...or a red-meat conservative if the goal is to very explicitly put this SC judge on the ballot, while disrupting the newscycle.

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RedSoloCup
2 hours ago, Natural Selection said:

Has she chimed in yet?

Too busy on her knees.

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Natural Selection
20 minutes ago, AntonToo said:

Any nomination put forth now will have automatic no vote from the Democrats...

Are you sure? We got Manchin for Kavanaugh.

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AntonToo
2 minutes ago, Natural Selection said:

Manchin votes your way when your side doesn't need his vote.

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Natural Selection
4 minutes ago, AntonToo said:

Manchin votes your way when your side doesn't need his vote.

Why?

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r12driver

I hope she was met by the millions of unborn babies that she enabled their abortions. 

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zurg
1 hour ago, AntonToo said:

I'm laughing at your naive idea that Trump has any sort of ideological concern about who is on the court. He couldn't care less unless it somehow helps him.

That’s just a worthless opinion, not based in anything remotely provably correct. 

Trump ran for president after he decided that someone needed to do something to get America back to strength. To heal the ailing patient back to normalcy. He’s taking a financial hit by being president but he’s giving back and putting America first. 

Of course, you lie and twist his purpose because you are against the core American values and side with socialism. So of course you make up crap about Trump. That’s expected. And what else is expected? That you’re wrong, again, Wiley E Antoonie. 

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Buckwheat Jones
2 hours ago, AntonToo said:

I'm laughing at your naive idea that Trump has any sort of ideological concern about who is on the court. He couldn't care less unless it somehow helps him.

Any nomination put forth now will have automatic no vote from the Democrats who will say that nomination a 45 days before election is ridiculous given that Republican blocked a nomination made 11months before one.

That leaves very narrow margins and requires a very vanilla nomination to pass.

I hope trump gets the most hard core, red meat, pro life conservative judge in there and I hope he votes to get that garbage decision called roe flipped. I really, really want to watch that hamster in your skull die from a heart attack as you turn yourself inside out whining and bitching. 

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