US Supreme Court moves even further right.


Hard-Luck Henry
#1
Bush nominates aide for Supreme Court
 
Texas1
-1
#2
A woman from Texas, Great news. Get your abortions while you can.
 
peapod
#3
Ouch! what an idiot
 
Hard-Luck Henry
#4
After the appointment of John Roberts, most sensible-minded people in the US would have hoped that Bush would at least try to give the impression that some semblance of balance existed in the Supreme Court. That being the case, the replacement for Sandra Day O'connor should be someone in the same mould, someone who is not a right-wing hardliner, someone whose opinion cannot be prejudged, someone who will maintain the balance of the court.

Lo, who do they get? Another Bush crony.

Would the last true democrat to leave America please turn out the light?
 
Texas1
+1
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by Hard-Luck Henry

After the appointment of John Roberts, most sensible-minded people in the US would have hoped that Bush would at least try to give the impression that some semblance of balance existed in the Supreme Court. That being the case, the replacement for Sandra Day O'connor should be someone in the same mould, someone who is not a right-wing hardliner, someone whose opinion cannot be prejudged, someone who will maintain the balance of the court.

Lo, who do they get? Another Bush crony.

Would the last true democrat to leave America please turn out the light?

You obviously donít know the process. Itís the Presidentís choice, not a guide line of rules, not a consensus of DNC people. He was voted in knowing that he would have at least 1, possibility of 2, now a real possibility of 3 (wow) nominations. If he puts up David Duke and heís passed by the senate guess what, heís in.

Iím sure you guys would like to see 2 clones of Ruth Bader Ginsburg a ACLU lawyer. Well next time a DNC person wins an election (when was the last time ????) you can place a member on the Supreme Court (if bush doesnít get all the people young enough to stay there for 20-30 years), until then enjoy the ride.
 
peapod
#6
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Reverend Blair
-2
#7
At what point do we open the borders to refugees seeking asylum from the Bush regime?
 
Jo Canadian
#8
 
Martin Le Acadien
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

At what point do we open the borders to refugees seeking asylum from the Bush regime?

Traffic promises to be backed up to the Ohio River.
 
Martin Le Acadien
#10
[quote="Texas1"]
Quote: Originally Posted by Hard-Luck Henry

You obviously donít know the process. Itís the Presidentís choice, not a guide line of rules, not a consensus of DNC people. He was voted in knowing that he would have at least 1, possibility of 2, now a real possibility of 3 (wow) nominations. If he puts up David Duke and heís passed by the senate guess what, heís in.

Yikkes! David Duke, but were lucky, he is a convicted Felon, can not hold Public Office!

But then again, he could be pardoned.

OY VEY, 1213 miles to the nearest Canadian Border Customs House!
 
GL Schmitt
#11
Perhaps that new regulation requiring an US passport in order to return after a trip to Canada wonít work such a hardship upon Americans after all.
 
Jo Canadian
#12
 
Walter
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7-2.
 
Walter
#14
Supreme Court Might Overturn One Of Justice Stevens’s Landmark Decisions
https://dailycaller.com/2019/07/19/s...evron-stevens/

Here’s hoping. MAGA
 
Walter
#15
Justice Ginsburg hospitalized but will participate in oral argument by teleconference
https://justthenews.com/government/c...teleconference

RBG will be the next Justice to be replaced by a Trump nomination.
 
Walter
#16
RBG is in hospital again.
 
Hoid
#17
The righies not delivering the goods for Trump.

What is the point of nominating rapists if they cant get you the decisions you want?
 

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