Remember how much the liberals tried to smear and trash these good, decent, smart men? It was all a farce. Tip o’ the ol’ hat to RBG for being decent to decent people.
Washington (CNN)Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg came to the defense of her more conservative colleagues on the bench, Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch.
“I can say that my two newest colleagues are very decent and very smart individuals,” she said Wednesday at an event in Washington, D.C., hosted by Duke Law as she answered questions from Neil Siegel, a law professor and one of her former law clerks.Now that the Supreme Court term has ended, Ginsburg, 86, has been pushing back against criticism of the court, saying in a recent interview with NPR that the nine justices work well together and rebutted the idea that the Supreme Court is a partisan institution, according to the news outlet.
RBG is going to suffer in liberal circles, especially in Hollywood.
Don’t be surprised if hateful liberals burn her movie in the public square for daring to say this dose of common sense.
That’s very nice of her to say those kind words. She’s a class act and great example for others to emulate.
Reminds me of when John McCain defended Obama.
Which John McCain quote are you referring to?
“He is a decent person and a person that you do not have to be scared of as Pf resident,” McCain said. “If I didn’t think I’d be one heck of a better President I wouldn’t be running, and that’s the point. I admire Sen. Obama and his accomplishments, I will respect him. I want everyone to be respectful, and let’s make sure we are. Because that’s the way politics should be conducted in America.”
A “decent person” can support abortion?
I have no problem respecting the office of president, no matter who is in there. I agree with that part of McCain’s statement.
I think it is vanilla compared to RBG’s statement.
I guess McCain sees things differently than you.
I would not praise anyone in support of baby murder as a “decent person”.
McCain had his moral failings.
Kevin said, “I have no problem respecting the office of president, no matter who is in there. I agree with that part of McCain’s statement.”
You do know that’s not what McCain said, right?
I see it as mcCain referring back to the first part of the second sentence.
But he wasn’t referring to the office of the President. He was talking specifically about Obama.
I was trying to find common ground. I can respect office of President while still being disgusted that the person in office is a gross, immoral, evil, baby killing advocate.
As you’re a stickler for exact wording, McCain’s exact wording says nothing about the office of the President. To say otherwise would be an alternative fact.