Thursday, February 2, 2017

The three numbers that will keep Democrats from blocking Neil Gorsuch

Image result for The three numbers that will keep Democrats from blocking Neil Gorsuch

While President Trump announced his Supreme Court nominee from the west hall of the White House, somewhere in Washington Chuck Schumer was gearing up for the political dogfight of his life.

As the minority leader prepares that resistance, he needs to memorize three numbers: 78, 80, and 83

Those digits are the ages of Stephen Breyer, Anthony Kennedy, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the oldest liberal Supreme Court justices.

They might as well be the key code to stop nuclear proliferation in the U.S. Senate.


  1. It was reported that Ruth Bader Ginsburg was holding on until Hillary Clinton was elected to appoint her leftist successor. Let's wish her an enjoyable retirement soon and not the yet unexplained demise of her colleague and friend, Antonin Scalia. --Ron W

    1. Anyway she goes will be fine with me. She wouldn't care a whit if you died and neither should you.

  2. ...Where the Spirit of the LORD is, there is Liberty (II Corinthians 3:17) However the LORD may remove her from power in opposition to our liberties in ALL of the Bill of Rights, will be fine with me. --Ron W

  3. I don't know if Gorsuch is a Scalia as he is pretty close
    to Kennedy who some same is really a liberal. Scalia was
    out spoken and confrontational when needed. Gorsuch
    seems pretty reserved. And Roberts, what a turncoat:

    1. Roberts = a traitor to his oath. They threatened him with something, that's for sure as he changed horses in mid stream.