Why the 2012 Presidential Election is So Important to Vote Obama Out of Office … Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Stepping Down in 2015

 

A note to all Republicans and right leaning Independents no matter what GOP candidate you favor … ELECTIONS MATTER!!!

Forget about the poor US economy, the 5 million lost employees who simply gave up, the real un/under-emplyment number, the $878 billion wasted stimulus plan, the out of control national debt, and an energy policy that puts politics ahead of jobs and energy independence … “We the People” have just been present with one more huge reason why Barack Obama must be voted out of office in 2012 …

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

According to the UPI, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Gingburg plans to step down in 2015.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will step down from the U.S. Supreme Court in 2015 to give President Obama, putatively in his second term, a chance to name a liberal as her successor.

That’s the conclusion of Tom Goldstein, founder and padrone of SCOSTUSBLOG.com, one of the premier Supreme Court litigators in active practice — he’s argued 24 cases before the justices — and

In the swashbuckling , devil-may-care style familiar to those who know him, Goldstein admits his prediction is speculation.

“The odds are good that Justice Ginsburg will retire in the third year of a second Obama term,” he writes in SCOTUSBLOG. “That is only a presumption, and I doubt that the justice herself has made concrete plans. [Obama's] re-election itself is highly uncertain, and much can change in one’s thinking over the next three years.

“Nonetheless, the justice has sent signals that correspond with a likely retirement at that time.”

Ginsburg’s retirement would have nothing to do with her two bouts of cancer, both of which she bested.

Every wonder why the 2012 Presidential election is so important? The United States of America and SCOTUS cannot take Barack Obama appointing two more justices. Previously some Democrats had wanted Bader Ginsburg to step down prior to the 2012 election as they were not confident in Obama’s reelection.



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  • Comments

    4 Responses to “Why the 2012 Presidential Election is So Important to Vote Obama Out of Office … Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Stepping Down in 2015”

    1. dennisintn on February 20th, 2012 3:28 pm

      amen to that.

    2. dennisintn on February 20th, 2012 3:29 pm

      amen to that

    3. A Texas Grandfather on February 20th, 2012 5:34 pm

      If the American people expect to keep their country, the 2012 election must be used to remove all Democrat Party candidates from federal offices as well as state and local offices.

      Ginsburg is a flaming liberal who was a former ACLU attorney. She recently advised the Egytians to NOT use the U.S. Constitution as a model in drafting a new one for Egypt.

      To give Barry Little (Obama) another chance to continue the destruction of our country is pure insanity.

    4. Pat in Alabama on February 20th, 2012 10:34 pm

      I agree, but it may all be a moot point if we unilaterally disarm before Obama leaves office. The White House is proposing an 80% reduction in nuclear weapons. That insanity would amount to a surrender to Russia, China, Iran, North Korea…

      http://video.foxnews.com/v/1454469957001/report-white-house-mulls-deep-cuts-to-nuclear-arsenal

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