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Clay Jones for October 17, 2020

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    Concretionist  5 days ago

    When I was young, a politician being Catholic was a real problem for a lot of people: What would the Prez do if the Pope ordered him to (whatever the speaker thought was awful)? Now, it seems not to be an issue… which I find to be better. I really have no problem at all with her beliefs, nor with the supposition that they would supersede her legal and constitutional training. UNLESS she were to be in a position to enforce them on all the rest of us, as she would be in as, say, a Supreme Court Justice.

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    Pickled Pete  5 days ago

    Intelligence is not necessarily synonymous with wisdom. . . extremist views can skew interpretations.

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    Michael G.  5 days ago

    She’s barefoot and under the command of her husband. Wotta wummun!

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 5 days ago

    Now that’s funny.. Imagine for a moment having a burqa or hijab dressed Muslim sit for nomination to the Supreme Court.. Freedom of religion in America.. sure, if it one of two..

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    mourdac Premium Member 5 days ago

    More like The Handmaid’s Tale for the U.S.

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    Redd Panda  5 days ago

    What sort of jurist, admits to following her husband’s orders?

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    lobo1939  5 days ago

    Senator Sheldon Whitehouse has this story so very right. And also today’s opinion by Jamelle Bouie in the NYTs.

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    The Love of Money is . . .  5 days ago

    OMG . . . what if it was a Catholic Nun in a Habit instead of a person of the Muslim faith ? At least they wouldn’t be wearing WHITE after Labor Day !

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    Kurtass Premium Member 5 days ago

    With six catholics on the court, we will have too change the name. How about, “Saint Paul Holy Supreme Court”. Not very diverse.

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    szanwil2 Premium Member 4 days ago

    The problem with SCB is that she is a strict Constitutionalist and does not recognize that times have changed , society has changed and the Constitution was never meant to be a one size fits all as evidenced by the Amendments.

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    BotGun  4 days ago

    Well, life itself is has to have a meaning, or nothing would be unique. Yet things are.

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