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Too bad Ginsberg's demise came too late to save the 30 million babies that were slaughtered on her watch while she was votting to support planned parenthood and abortions to go. On the dog poop scale, she is right up there with Hanoi Jane.
 

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Like Obozo the Clown once said, elections have consequences but he didn't tell himself in front of that mirror afterwards. We gave that idiot what he deserved!
 

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And then there's this ...

Pathetic and disgusting at the same time. A stupid reason to sell your soul. Ginsburg should have never been a justice on the supreme court. Some of her rulings were based on European and the World Court Laws, not the US Constitution.
 
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If Trump gets a new SCOTUS judge before the election and loses the election, we have a Liberal maggot in the WH. If he does not get a new Justice and loses the election, we have nothing and our country is sunk.

As far as Ginsberg, it was past time for her to go to room temperature. I wish I could feel as badly about her croaking as I do for the 30 million babies that were killed as a result of all of her votes supporting abortion. Save a spot next to her for Hanoi Jane..
 

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If Republicans ever needed any motivation to come out in droves and vote, this should do the trick. Even the eight year long follies of a liberal President can be un-screwed, we have witnessed that happen. Conversely, a few DECADES of a left leaning, liberal Supreme Court is another matter all together. What is needed is a clean sweep, SCOTUS, POTUS House and Senate. That my friends will allow sanity, the rule of law, and a strict adherence to the Constitution of The United States of America, to sweep this insidious, leftist, Socialist loving ideology into the dust bin of history to be sealed, and unceremoniously buried. Let it be written, let it be done.
 

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Bad timing, dems wont let any nomination got thru, just like the Republicans did under Obama.
Different situation
2016 D POTUS/R Senate
2020 R POTUS/R Senate

Historically, the present condition has submitted nominees regardless of where they were in the presidential term
 

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Approval is a slam-dunk if Mcconnell is not ham-strung by the Senate POS rino's.
He has already basically hinted that he has the votes.
 

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All that is needed to confirm Trumps choice is a 51 Republican vote in the Senate. He will do so before the election.
 

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Actually all he needs is 50 votes, VP is the tie breaker.
 

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Plastic sheeting needs to be installed on all floors primarily occupied by Dims in the House and Senate. It will make clean up so much easier when all of their heads explode.
 

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One of my U.S. Senators sent out an email whining that this wasn't fair and that Trump shouldn't be able to do this and waaaa-waaaa-waaaa.
I replied to the email with "Suck it up and live with it." I imagine I am now on his naughty list.
 

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People who crave power, power over you, and all aspects of your life, power for power’s sake, are very afraid right now. Be wary of frightened animals, they can be dealt with but caution and strategy are important. Mitch McConnel is a strategist.
 

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Major Change in Supreme Court direction
Right. It is not a right leaning court now. Chief Justice Roberts is on the wrong side of right and wrong. And like RBG, he willingly violates the Constitution. At least Gorsich and Kavanah try to apply it. They aren't Scalia and Thomas, but are pretty good. She will be too.

And Romney said he will vote for her. He wants to be re-elected too.
 

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Roberts isn't as bad as you make him sound. He has been on the wrong side of a few decisions in my opinion but he is right on the majority of them. In fact, out of 800 rulings he has voted in the favor of the more liberal majority only 15 times.
 

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Roberts isn't as bad as you make him sound. He has been on the wrong side of a few decisions in my opinion but he is right on the majority of them. In fact, out of 800 rulings he has voted in the favor of the more liberal majority only 15 times.
But those votes were on issues that were/are very direction setting decisions.

When he thought the ACA would pass, he drafted the rebuttal. However when he found out that the decision would go against the ACA, he changed his mind and fashioned that head scratching decision about it being a tax and therefore Constitutional.

Now that the Mandate portion (he defined as a tax) he used to deem the ACA constitutional has been removed, I am curious to see what his opinion on the watered down version will be.

And, lets us not forget his decision on the illegal Executive order that established DACA. I am neither a proponent nor opponent of DACA, but the Executive order was admittedly beyond the scope of the authority of the President. To rule that the (illegal) order could not be summarily rescinded by a successor goes against any logic. To argue that the illegal order must stand because a substitute plan was not provided becomes a form of legislating from the bench.

So when I hear pundits using a 6-3 SCOTUS post Justice Barret confirmation makeup, I discount that makeup and see it as more of a 5-4 makeup on the issues that have a serious impact on the direction our country takes.

I think that Justice Roberts could easily rule in favor of laws that nibble away at the 2nd Amendment if his vote were the deciding vote. With a majority of Constitutionalist Justices, his vote would be mute, so he likely will vote with the majority.

Fill the Seat.
 

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But those votes were on issues that were/are very direction setting decisions.

When he thought the ACA would pass, he drafted the rebuttal. However when he found out that the decision would go against the ACA, he changed his mind and fashioned that head scratching decision about it being a tax and therefore Constitutional.

Now that the Mandate portion (he defined as a tax) he used to deem the ACA constitutional has been removed, I am curious to see what his opinion on the watered down version will be.

And, lets us not forget his decision on the illegal Executive order that established DACA. I am neither a proponent nor opponent of DACA, but the Executive order was admittedly beyond the scope of the authority of the President. To rule that the (illegal) order could not be summarily rescinded by a successor goes against any logic. To argue that the illegal order must stand because a substitute plan was not provided becomes a form of legislating from the bench.

So when I hear pundits using a 6-3 SCOTUS post Justice Barret confirmation makeup, I discount that makeup and see it as more of a 5-4 makeup on the issues that have a serious impact on the direction our country takes.

I think that Justice Roberts could easily rule in favor of laws that nibble away at the 2nd Amendment if his vote were the deciding vote. With a majority of Constitutionalist Justices, his vote would be mute, so he likely will vote with the majority.

Fill the Seat.
I agree with most of that and I understand that he is not the Chief Justice we hoped for. I am just saying he is not the left leaning justice from hell that some make him out to be. He is much closer to being slightly right of center than he is far left.
 
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