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Today Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fell at the Supreme Court and she fractured 3 ribs, a truly dangerous consequence for a frail woman of 85 years.
Anyone familiar with these injuries can attest that advanced age doubles the risk of death, and three or more ribs broken also doubles the risk of death. They are also at higher risk for contracting pneumonia which also compounds the likelihood of death. At best, I predict that Justice Ginsburg will retire in short because her ability to perform her duties will be forever compromised. At worst, I see a cascading series of complications from these injuries which will result in her death.
While truly I hate what Justice Ginsburg stands for - Feminism, Women's Rights, and far left ideology, that hatred does not extend to her personally. I hope that she has some measure of quality time to prepare for death with family and friends.
At the risk of appearing to gloat, I expect Trump to immediately nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett who by all accounts is a firebrand conservative. The misogynist in me generally does not support any women for high office, but Judge Barrett could prove to be a rare exception who rules on behalf of conservative interests as expected (I won't hold my breath).
Whatever the case, the pendulum is swinging so far in favor of the right, that I have to wonder if divine intervention is at play.
Yes I agree that the far left ideology that blacks like you should be given government jobs and pensions is utterly repugnant. Of course evil Jewish supremacists like Ginsburg don’t really believe that. It is just another way for them to do malicious damage to white society. As to Ginsburg, I hope that pterodactyl dies in agony and burns in hell for all eternity. Same goes for Trump if he wastes this appointment on another female.
Last edited by Cornfed on November 9th, 2018, 8:04 am, edited 1 time in total.
Be still my heart. Pity her, but yeah, I don't see how she comes back to work from this at 85. There could be a six-justice interpretivist majority for many years. People talk about Thomas retiring to make way for a younger judge, but he's only about 70, just a couple years older than Alito.
The Q anon folks say the fireworks are about to start now that Trump has been secured against impeachment by a solid majority in the Senate. Off go the pedophiles, murderers, coup hatchers and other scum of the ruling elite to Gitmo. Sessions did his part, now he's passing the baton to hell-for-leather prosecutors. We'll see, and I'll remain skeptical about it until I see any of it, but the way Trump jumped ugly with the presstitutes yesterday, just hauling off and telling Acosta to GTF outta my house, suggests some rubber may be about to hit the road. Interesting times.
Divine intervention? Maybe. Can't say I haven't wondered more than a few times where God was while this country went straight down the crapper.
I hear you on that. But any intervention of the divine is moot at this point. I have checked out to the point where this is the first time I did not vote. America is someone else’s problem to either fix or endure. I will always root for right, but when the country falls from grace, I will relish the chance to scream, “I told you so!”
Yes, the below is a wee bit distasteful, but I just could not resist.
I hope she heals up thoroughly and then immediately retires from the SC.
I wonder if that's really what happened and whether or not she was actually hospitalized before Election Day. This news could have caused an even bigger Republican turnout and she was hoping the Dems would take the Senate.
I was just listening to Rush Limbaugh, and he says that Ruth BG made a vow not to leave the SC during the Trump Presidency. So apparently she won't be quitting.
Corn, Corn, Corn, where's that cockeyed optimist Pollyanna we've all come to expect a daily encouraging word from? The revolution you've been touting may actually be launching in some form.