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Monday, October 10, 2016

Calling Someone Dumb, Are You?













She stepped into a pile of dog shit and seems blissfully unaware of it.

The friendship with Scalia makes more sense now.  Why would she even broach the question of legality in this instance?

I wonder if some of the cocktail parties she regularly attends are secret protofascist meetings with an agenda?

A constitutional amendment to make all forms of protest illegal might be in the works, and Ruth isn't sure, still unclear in her top-flight legal mind.  Get one of the two stooges in the White House and a couple of more on the Supreme Court and there you have it.

Dumb?  I'll tell you dumb.  It's consenting to an interview with Katie Couric.

Here's a question.  Why does a SC Judge feel the need to be on a corporate TV show?

To sell a book that ignores history?


TS 

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