Skip to comments.Justice Ginsburg Slides to Safety off Airplane
Posted on 09/14/2011 1:02:23 PM PDT by Rinnwald
WASHINGTON U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who is 78 and has battled cancer, was forced to slide down an emergency chute to evacuate a flight at Dulles International Airport on Wednesday, a court spokeswoman said.
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And Lord, thank you for making her mostly irrelevant.
Just hold out until 2013, Judge Ginsburg!
Dont give a crap aka SO
“Just hold out until 2013, Judge Ginsburg!”
Amen. We should pray for her health.
I don’t wish her harm. I wish her out of the SCOTUS. Sadly, I also have to wish that to only take place after January 21st, 2013.
I’m glad she wasn’t hurt.
Yes. The article said she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2009, and has had treatment for it. I know she had cancer previously. May God grant her strength and comfort through 2012, and then persuade her to enjoy a peaceful retirement beginning in January 2013.
I wonder if she grabbed a couple of brewskis before hitting the slide?
PLEASE hang in their till Perry can appoint your replacement you baby killing hag!
Was the slide on the left wing or right wing?
Eyewitnesses claim to overhear her saying "Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee"
Can’t wait for Sarah Pailn to choose her replacement. Our country will be so much better off with this patriot and TRUE conservative!!!! I can’t wait!!!!!!
Good Grief. It’s a miracle that she didn’t break!
“The plane returned to the terminal after the passengers were off.”
There was smoke sufficient that they evacuated the aircraft and then-—returned it to the terminal?
That doesn't bode well. The 5 year survival rate for pancreatic cancer is something like 5%. 2013 would be 4 years since diagnosis.
God grant her long life and a happy, healthy retirement--after January, 2013 (assuming there is a conservative Republican in the White House as of January 20, 2013).
My prayers always end up sounding like contracts.
I’m of the same mind as other’s on the thread. Be very careful Justice Ginsberg. Don’t retire until President Palin can appoint a replacement.
Just my thought—let’s keep her healthy enough to last for another year!