Friday, September 18, 2020

Good Riddance

 I come to bury Ruth, not to praise her.

She was an anti-American, and by that I mean her ideals were not informed by the Framers, the Founders, the Constitution which she had no allegiance to.
And she judged accordingly, guided by her personal preferences and not the spirit or intent of the Constitution.

There are many innocent people who have died today that I will mourn.
They were babies in the womb who were murdered with the approval of this evil woman.

I am not glad she is dead. But I am glad that she is gone.
Anyone with an ounce of humanity would have retired to enjoy her final days with family rather than clinging to a position as she clung to life, hoping to deny an opportunity to replace her by the man elected by the people to do so.

She spat in our face on the way out.

Now, we have two, perhaps three if you count Pierre Delecto, Republican senators who will not stand up for the nation. 

So may God see to the re-election of President Trump.


49 comments:

  1. She did not belong in American jurisprudence. Should have run for Congress and CHANGE legitimately what she did not like, instead of stealthily from a judge's bench.

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  2. Good riddance to bad rubbish. She was not the only one of these on the high court. Gorsuch replaced Scalia and Kavanaugh replaced Kennedy. The needle didn't move much. This one will be different. Jam the replacement through, Mr President. They are already rioting, so....

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    1. Yep, we sure as heck need to balance out as in Out, John Roberts. Replace Breyer too and we'll have America (in the courts anyway) for the rest of our days.

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  3. Ed,
    Outstanding post, Ed! And I agree with every word of it!

    I was done with Ruth Bader Ginsburg when she advocated for THIS, an issue about which I feel very strongly. I see that point of view as treason. Period. Full stop.

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  4. Ed,
    So may God see to the re-election of President Trump.

    If Trump is re-elected -- Lord, make is so! -- the Left's hair is going to burst in flames. Oh, well....Suck it up, buttercup. We had to do that with Obama.

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  5. Thanks all. I'm going to read this on my radio show today.
    Maybe some of these comments.
    AOW, Tucker last night was discussing whether the threat of rioting should influence Trump's decision.
    Riot on. Civil War Two. See my previous post video.

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    1. Ed,
      I missed Tucker last night. Busy tutoring and helping "our" dog fit in.

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  6. A comment I made elsewhere that I stand with.

    She knew she was dying for months…instead of permitting an orderly transition, she chose to leave the court in chaos knowing a 4 to 4 court would be disastrous with the possible legal challenges to the election. A Justice does not decide who it is that should be chosen to follow her. It is not some club. The President of the USA makes that decision. The Senate confirms.
    Now we will have a forever TV extravaganza on her funeral without regard to the damage she has done to our country,

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  7. "Now we will have a forever TV extravaganza on her funeral without regard to the damage she has done to our country,"
    She undermined the Constitution and I will not mourn her passing.

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    1. How did she undermine the Constitution? She was a very cautious and thorough judge.

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    2. She did not respect the Constitution. She preferred another. South Africa.

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    3. How did she undermine the Constitution?

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    4. You're right about one think Duck, I don't pay any attention to the opinions of Snopes. -or yours- Neither of your "opinions" are worth the band width they consume.
      They are both either over reaching or so narrowly focused that they make a scanning electron microscope view appear to be a full sized Blue Whale. Neither shows any respect to context.

      From the NYT: --hardly a conservative source--

      April 2, 2005

      WASHINGTON, April 1 - Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the Supreme Court embraced the practice of consulting foreign legal decisions on Friday, rejecting the argument from conservatives that United States law should not take international thinking into account.

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    5. Well Ed, your partially correct, she did prefer the SA constitution........for a post-Mubarak Egypt.

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    6. While other countries have emulated ours, she couldn't recommend it to them.

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    7. If you believe in unalienable rights then you believe in them for every human on Earth. Obviously she didn't.

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    8. You should certainly be aided by all the constitution-writing that has gone one since the end of World War II.

      I would not look to the US constitution, if I were drafting a constitution in the year 2012. I might look at the constitution of South Africa.

      That was a deliberate attempt to have a fundamental instrument of government that embraced basic human rights, had an independent judiciary … It really is, I think, a great piece of work that was done. Much more recent than the US constitution —

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    9. Ed, what nations have emulated our Constitution?
      See the Electoral College anywhere?

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    10. @ Duck
      And we don't have a Parliament and a House of Lords and a House of Commons either, which I might add are plagued with no confidence votes and paralyzed and unable to govern in any meaningful way. Nor do we have a king or a Religious Council that supersedes all law. If another Country emulates our Constitution, that's their business.
      If you like other Country's laws so much --as I've told you before-- go there an live. I see you still haven't left for Cuba or Venezuela yet. If the Electoral College favored your leftist ideology, you would be promoting it in a heart beat.

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    11. Influence of the American Constitution Abroad | Encyclopedia.com

      https://www.encyclopedia.com/politics/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/influence-american-constitution-abroad

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    12. An interesting read but my first reaction was questioning how the author avoided reference to the Magna Carta and that document's influence on colonial constitutions.
      He does discuss briefly the influence of the Enlightenment on the content which is good.
      I was shocked by how many nations adopted a constitution as a result of American imperialism. Where are the constitutions of Haiti, Cuba, Philippines and Vietnam today?

      I'd say the article points to more influence than I expected and less than you believe.

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    13. Okay. and thanks for a reasoned response.

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    14. @ Duck,
      American imperialism is an inaccurate and loaded term. Howard Zinn much?

      Let us remember -- yes, I've read A People's History of the United States -- that Zinn himself stated therein that his book was not a textbook, but rather his commentary (opinion); he ignored all evidence which didn't advance his thesis.

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    15. Other nations' FAILURE to emulate OUR Example is THE Reason why WE have been SUPERIOR to every last one of them.

      THE reason why virtually "EVERYONE" would like to live here and become a part of US, and almost never the other way 'round.

      IF I had MY way, any natural-born American citizen who publicly embraced any ideology or religion fundamentally antagonistic towards the spirit, customs, mores and values on which the USA was founded, would be deprived of his CITIZENSHIP and GIVEN and given the CHOICE either to RECANT his disloyal, destructive, inharmonious beliefs OR be gven a ONE-WAY TICKET to the Despotic Hellhole of his choice.

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    16. And of course you’d receive a bullet for your troubles.

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  8. When Constitutional Insurgent is right, he's very right. From his blog, "Hypocrites are among the lowest forms of life."

    That means you,Mitch. Put in your teeth.

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  9. I'm hoping for a full funeral pyre for the leftist ideology, not just a simple hair burning. But there always seems to be a new supply of useful idiots.

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  10. Had a friend today state that RBG advanced the cause of women. I said, "Yeah. Except for all of the women who have been aborted off the planet.

    Tammy

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  11. While I completely agree with Conservative-Libertarians' detestation of the late Justice Ginsburg's leftist, manifestly unconstituional, anti-American, pro-Globalist thoughts on POLICY-MAKING, I believe it important to recognize, as the late Antonin Scalia did, that her unique identity as a WOMAN, a PERSON and FELLOW HUMAN BEING deserved more consideration –– and APPRECIATION –– exclusive of her politics.

    SCALIA and GINSBURG could not had been farther apart politically. Their professed personal ideals were diametrically opposed, YET both were smart –– and humane enough –– to appreciate the considerable virtues, and remarkable accomplishments each had attained.

    RBG was a Red Diaper Baby born into the Brooklyn Jewish Community that almost universally embraced and actively promoted COMMUNISM in the first half of the twentieth-century –– beyond. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were, perhaps, the most egregious exemplars of the deplorable mentality that prevailed particularly among Brooklyn Jews at the time. If you don't want to believe me, please read David Howowitz's confessional condemnation of his OWN Jewish family and the vhemently seditious JEWISH COMMUNIST COMMUNITY of which they were active advocates and devoted supporters.

    No one can help the milieu into which he was born, any more than a Negro can be held personally responsible for the color of his skin, or a homosexual can be held responsible for his sexual orientation. Hope still springs eternal that the moral blindness that comes with traditional ethnic and cultural traits and mores may one day be overcome.

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  12. Regarding the "right" of women to kill their unborn babies, why can't I kill my neighbor if I find that he's inconveniencing me? Just asking ...

    I don't wish anyone dead; I am glad she is no longer on the Supreme Court, though.

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  13. " Just asking ..."
    Because babies can't vote Democrat.

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