Its still ridiculous. The supreme court is the highest court. Its equivalent to that tranny man entering miss universe.
Does she mean the real soldiers will be using fat old women as human shields like at the BLM marches? I don't think that is going to stop many people from pulling the trigger.
One of the main reasons the Supreme Court needs term limits is the reaction when they die. I'd personally like to see the Supreme Court abolished, but short of that it's terrible for the country to root for death rather than hope for the next election in order the change public policy.I wish nobody death who does not deserve it. Simply Having a belief contrary to mine does not earn one an early death. I hope she find peace and happiness and so does her family. For whatever you believe about her, she is probably at heart a good person.
May she rest in peace.
That said, your vote matters now more than ever have. Tell your friends, tell your neighbors, tell your coworkers, tell everyone you know who wants these United States to continue to embrace Traditional Values to to vote like the next 45 years depends on it. Because of this case, it does
You see the same reaction on an election turnover. It's not because of term lengths that you're seeing those reactions, it's because the US is literally in a pre-civil war stage. This isn't a country anymore, it's 2 countries pretending to be a single country. The pretending is going to stop real quick after the Trumpslide in November.One of the main reasons the Supreme Court needs term limits is the reaction when they die. I'd personally like to see the Supreme Court abolished, but short of that it's terrible for the country to root for death rather than hope for the next election in order the change public policy.
Manchin was the first Democrat to say he would vote for Trump's first nominee for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch. Manchin said, "During his time on the bench, Judge Gorsuch has received praise from his colleagues who have been appointed by both Democrats and Republicans. He has been consistently rated as a well-qualified jurist, the highest rating a jurist can receive, and I have found him to be an honest and thoughtful man."
He was the first Democrat to announce that he would meet with Trump's second Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh. Manchin was the only Democrat to vote 'yes' on the cloture of Kavanaugh's nomination, advancing the motion to a final vote. On October 5, 2018, he announced he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh. On October 6, Manchin was the only Democrat to vote to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in a 50-48 count.