Skip to comments.Political gridlock puts Supreme Court at center of controversial social issues
Posted on 10/07/2013 3:58:49 AM PDT by Biggirl
The Supreme Court on Monday resumes its role as the uneasy arbiter of Americas intractable social conflicts with a new docket that features battles over affirmative action, campaign finance and abortion, among other divisive issues.
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With this special question, should RBG stay or leave?
Idiot politicians put the Court in this stuff when they try to regulate every aspect of our lives and subsidize certain people for their votes to maintain their power.
Really, it’s for our own good, don’t you know!
Stay. Emperor Zero will just appoint a younger moonbat.
"She doesnt need my advice, said retired Justice Sandra Day OConnor. She can figure that out. She knows her own circumstances and her own desires and her age and her stage in life. I mean, has she done the things shed like to do here?
.. and totally belies what the Supers are supposed to be about.
Oops.....no coffee then.
The affirmative action case should be interesting considering the bizarre reason the federal appeals court struck down the ban.
The court says the ban puts an extraordinary burden on those who have to mount a long expensive campaign if they want to protect it.
The Supreme Court today is made up of fruits and blackmailed Justices.
It is majority owned by Obama.
Any decision coming from it is questionable and probably wrong.