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The Dems already threatened SCOTUS last week with restructuring if they don't come down with an anti gun ruling for the NYS Rifle/Pistol case. If RBG steps down or dies, the Dem senators are going to be donning Antifa masks while in session.Heere we go.
The Dems are willing to burn down the government to keep her seat from being filled by Trump if she croaks.
Meh.It's a longshot, but the liklihood of RBG living until 2023 is unlikely and her leaving could motivate the Dems to rush out and vote for Sleepy Joe or PeacePipe Warren come next November even if they don't like them.
exactly. usually you have 5 years at best. My wife's mother died from this. She went to the doctor, was admitted to hospital the next week, died two weeks later. It's quicker for some than others.She had surgery in 2009 for pancreatic cancer. Only 5% of people beat pancreatic. She's tough as nails.
are you kidding? She's the epitome of politicizationI find myself wishing her health and long life. I don't agree with her approach to decision-making, but she dares to disagree with the bomb-throwers who want to politicize the court, and I appreciate that.
The left wing of the court doesn't use a textual approach, and consequently, their personal politics frequently show through in their reasoning. That is a sort of "politicization", but it is not new, different, or worse than it's ever been. The threats to the integrity of the court have been much more overtly political, played out by party line votes in the senate, most recently punctuated by the circus of Kavanaugh's confirmation, and followed by threats of packing the court in the future. She disagrees with that politicization, i.e. either side using political litmus tests to determine which appointees meet the Constitutional requirements and which do not. She doesn't give the left a pass on that just because she is a liberal.are you kidding? She's the epitome of politicization
She pickled from the booze. She’s actually been dying since she was born.She had surgery in 2009 for pancreatic cancer. Only 5% of people beat pancreatic. She's tough as nails.
If wishing someone the best is worth nothing, why does it bother you? I have watched my father battle brain cancer for the last year and a half. I wouldn't wish it on anyone, and I can empathize with anyone fighting for their lives against it, regardless of political beliefs. If the future of this country and our children depends on one person, we are already too far gone. Just my opinion.I don’t get this wishing her the best stuff. First of all, your wishes (and mine) are worth exactly nothing. So is it virtue signaling, or do you really want her doing well? Is the ideological fight for the future of this country and our children not that important to you? If it was actually up to you somehow would you let her go or give her another 5 years?
Nothing wrong with that at all.That's fine, but can I at least wish for her imminent retirement from the bench?