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  • Well to say that Liberals are herd mentalities and conservatives do not is not exactly true.

    How would conservatives respond to a SCOTUS nomination of a Liberal even though it was shown he was a good judge? I can give you a few conservatives that would argue you can't be a good judge if you are liberal.

    What of the Church community? That can be called a herd mentality. What is that battle cry? "Family Values." How many conservatives scream about states rights and yet were calling for a constitutional amen
    • How would conservatives respond to a SCOTUS nomination of a Liberal even though it was shown he was a good judge? I can give you a few conservatives that would argue you can't be a good judge if you are liberal.

      That is an easy one and is from recent history. Just look at when Justice Ginsberg was appointed. The Repubilcans overwhelmingly voted for her even though she had serious issues. Turn that around with Robert and Alito. The Democrats were having spasms.

      • Ginsburg I really can't comment on as I have not followed her.

        However, I did hear a radio show that talked to ex-court assistents and the one comment I remember is that she is not really a threat and can be "brow-beaten" The fellow said that Scalia has "motivated" her a couple times.

        Part of the screaming is the fact that there could be 4 replacements with this President and the Ideology could fall hard to the right.

        I don't worry about it myself as with American politics; when you swing really hard one dir
        • Ginsburg I really can't comment on as I have not followed her.

          She was a very well-known liberal judge. She was top brass in the ACLU and an outspoken advocate of abortion rights. Everyone knew exactly what they were getting when they voted for her, and the conservatives, including the pro-life ones, voted for her anyway. Again, the vote was 96-3, and the Senate was cotrolled by Republicans.

          However, I did hear a radio show that talked to ex-court assistents and the one comment I remember is that she is no