Tuesday, April 11, 2017


"Now Ginsburg’s gamble on Hillary Clinton being elected could have sweeping impact on precedent that she played a major role in creating. With the elimination of the filibuster, the next nominee is hardly likely to be nuanced. Without the filibuster, Republicans have no excuse to compromise on a moderate. There is nothing standing in the way to appointing someone who is openly opposed to cases like Roe v. Wade. There is no plausible deniability based on the need to get to 60. In other words, the market has changed and the stock went bust. [Ginsburg Gambled and Lost]


Tom Smith said...

I am sure if she were alive it would be awkward

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Anonymous said...

Heh heh. Term limits would have saved the Dems from their fate, but they're opposed to that.
Petards are a Good Thing.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

Anonymous said...

We just heard some guy on the radio call her "Ruth Vader Ginsburg"; it cracked us up! From now on we can't hear about her without hearing Darth Vader's theme music (just as we used to not be able to hear about Mario Cuomo without hearing the theme from "The Godfather").

But when Ginsburg took Lindsey Graham for a woman, she may have been on to something!

Ann Hedonia & Sam Paku

Anonymous said...

"VANITY, always my favorite sin" -Al Pacino Sure hope she don't slip on the soap. We all know there's no reason for any of that messy autopsy talk. -Anymouse

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