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Ruth Ginsburg Sends Chilling Message on America’s Future: ‘We Will Return To…’

On Saturday, America awoke with a very sincere statement by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who noted that the country would benefit more if the political differences didn’t determine the faith of the country to the extent they are now.

While speaking at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., following The Originalist performance, Ginsburg made a fair point deserving of our attention.

The play itself tells the story of a relationship between now-departed Justice Antonin Scalia and a Democratic legal staffer hired by him.

The objective of Scalia’s move was to keep a balance between the difference in opinions the two parties had.

“I love this play and the idea behind it that people with very different views on important things can genuinely like each other,” Ginsburg commented after to the play.

Also, Ginsburg noted that the country has bright days ahead “over the long haul.”

She also offered her approach in both the overly left and overly right influence saying, “You can look forward to it moving back.” she said.

As far as Scalia is concerned, Ginsburg noted they shared various individual opinions and views while sharing similar ideologies at the same time.

“If you can’t disagree ardently with your colleagues about some issues of law and yet personally still be friends, get another job, for Pete’s sake,” Scalia noted at one point.

“As annoyed as you might be about his zinging dissent, he’s so utterly charming, so amusing, so sometimes outrageous, you can’t help but say, ‘I’m glad that he’s my friend or he’s my colleague,’” Ginsburg added.

Partisan duels have become more common in America, which brings the country to a division never seen before. Such was the case with Justice Neil Gorsuch, of whom Ginsburg spoke with kindness and respect.

“My hope is in my lifetime we will get back to the way it was,” Ginsburg said.

Finally, Ginsburg took the time to give Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah thumbs up for his service. She made it clear that America comes before divided political opinions, meaning nothing should tear the country apart.

We should all agree to disagree and move on towards improving the country, don’t you think?

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. eli baker

    July 24, 2017 at 10:40 pm

    The GOP has tried to work with the Liberal Democrats, but the Dems trying to govern by hate, won’t listen to logical solutions, then they do a lot of kicking below the belt in their non-stop attacks on President Trump.

  2. eli baker

    July 24, 2017 at 10:42 pm

    BTW, Since Sotomayor was nominated by Obama, the country has been more divided than ever.

  3. Stewart

    July 24, 2017 at 11:51 pm

    I noticed that when it came to Donald Trump she couldn’t keep her big fat yap shut. She has no problems breaking with precedence when it came to saying egregious things about Trump. I don’t pray for people to die but, I can keep my fingers crossed.

  4. Richard

    July 25, 2017 at 5:24 am

    Urgent. SCOTUS Associate justice needed. Current one with serious stupidity, senility and Alzheimer’s. Anybody with over a second grade education accepted . Preferably non Democrat.

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