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Unimaginably dark day for American liberals

Unimaginably dark day for American liberals

When the leading liberal intellectual giant apologizes for attacking the person they compare to Hitler

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, affectionately named by liberals “Notorious RBG” for her sharply worded judicial opinions lacerating conservative principles, is a liberal intellectual hero and giant.

She is adored and worshipped as incorporating intellectual finesse and dignity in comparison to conservative Justices, Republicans, the Tea Party, and most of all, the person liberals regularly compare to Hitler, Mr. Donald J. Trump.

So how to describe what liberals must be going through today, as Notorious RBG is forced by public opinion and editorial Boards at places such as The NY Times and USA Today to recant and retract her attacks on Mr. Donald J. Trump.

The NY Times reports:

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the Supreme Court on Thursday apologized for her recent remarks about the candidacy of Donald J. Trump, saying they were “ill-advised.”

Justice Ginsburg on Tuesday called Mr. Trump “a faker” who “really has an ego” and said he had been treated too gently by the press. Mr. Trump, she said, “says whatever comes into his head at the moment” and has no consistency in his thinking. She also made critical remarks in interviews with The New York Times and The Associated Press.

“On reflection, my recent remarks in response to press inquiries were ill-advised and I regret making them,” Justice Ginsburg said in a statement. “Judges should avoid commenting on a candidate for public office. In the future I will be more circumspect.”

Many people are saying it’s not an apology TO TRUMP, so she hasn’t been prostrated before the alter of Trump. Or that it’s not even an apology.

Keep believing that. Notorious RBG has been humuliated in front of the greatest evil in the current liberal world.

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Comments

Being a liberal is never having to say your sorry.

    Thane_Eichenauer in reply to sequester. | July 14, 2016 at 11:18 am

    What exception applies to Ginsburg then?

      Did she use the word ‘apologize?’ From what I saw she ‘regretted’ making the statements and in the future promised to be more ‘circumspect.’

      So basically she’s sorry she got called out and verbally bitch-slapped, but not sorry for what she thought or said. In other words, a typical prog ‘apology.’

        Rick the Curmudgeon in reply to Paul. | July 14, 2016 at 9:16 pm

        Buzzy knows you can’t un-ring a bell.

        Gremlin1974 in reply to Paul. | July 15, 2016 at 12:17 am

        Yea, I see her statement being more akin to “I’m sorry that I got caught.” Or “I am sorry you were offended.”, which are far different from saying; “I apologize for what I said.”

      MattMusson in reply to Thane_Eichenauer. | July 14, 2016 at 3:17 pm

      They reminded the Justice that the Democrats might want to throw this election to the SCOTUS. She is apologizing now so she will not have to recuse herself later.

The only question which matters is whether she will recuse herself in issues involving the election, and afterwards in case of a Trump win? All she really said is that she should have kept her mouth shut about her biases.

Many people are saying it’s not an apology TO TRUMP, so she hasn’t been prostrated before the alter of Trump. Or that it’s not even an apology.

She at least seems to be acknowledging that she should at least try to go by the same code of conduct as judges in lower courts.

“Unimaginably dark day for American liberals”

Meh.

First, a lot of Collectivists criticized Ruthie over her lack of judicial decorum. She was WAY over the line.

Second, Collectivists don’t worry about crap like an “apology” from one of their principal field generals. If you ask one about this incident next month, they’ll look at you like your dog does when you ask about that unfortunate incident with the carpet last year.

    Gremlin1974 in reply to Ragspierre. | July 15, 2016 at 12:20 am

    For someone to regret an action or statement, they actually have to have some ethic’s and/or morals. Something that is severely lacking in today’s liberals.

I think the Bernie Madoff of the New GOP, Trump, should sue RBG. He needs the money to pay his debts off before he is crowned Mr. America.
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“Justice Ginsburg on Tuesday called Mr. Trump “a faker” who “really has an ego” and said he had been treated too gently by the press. Mr. Trump, she said, “says whatever comes into his head at the moment” and has no consistency in his thinking.”

I concur with this opinion.

Not good enough. She needs to resign.

She is entering dementia in her old age. There needs to be an intervention. Scalia would have done this but now he’s dead.

She is literally rotting in her shoes.

    InEssence in reply to valegorge. | July 14, 2016 at 10:14 pm

    Oh come on, just because she had too much to drink and fell asleep during the state of the union by the POTUS.

So RBG proves herself to be a better person then Ragspierre.

On reflection, my recent remarks in response to press inquiries were ill-advised and I regret making them.
I doubt that last bit would hold up to a polygraph test.

I think better of her, for this. For her to actually make a second public statement was significant.

And, I am willing to bet that she has yet to watch a single speech by Donald Trump. She has very likely read the third-party reports on the news, and not bothered to educate herself on the subject. This is not what I would expect from a Supreme Court Justice, who should by now know better.

They were always projecting. Trump supports neither the “final solution” (e.g. abortion rites) nor class diversity mongering (eg. racism, sexism)… nor channeling Mengele (e.g. Planned Parenthood et al).

Brawlers know the rules of the street far better than establishmentarians. The Senate is not The Apprentice, and politics is not New York real estate. Ask the trash-talking Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg if she came out on top in dueling with Trump — or whether she virtually destroyed a quarter-century’s reputation in minutes and ended up no better than an elderly version of Rosie O’Donnell in a Supreme Court Justice costume.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/438011/trump-clinton-endgame

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