Laurie Roth
Ginsburg just proved our worst fears about top level justice in America
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By Laurie Roth
July 14, 2016

We have seen and lived through the compromised horror actions of the Supreme Court before when we watched them OK and throw Obamacare on the people. Never mind that it was vividly UN Constitutional, controlling and menacing to America. We observed the usual 'lawyer language' tricks and watched it be turned into a national tax among other things. We saw the controls of Obama on what we had dared hope was an objective and legal Supreme Court.

What happened to objective and professional?

All of us over the years realize that the Supreme Court Justices are human, have personal opinions, liberal, conservative and everything in between. They all have the right to live, breath and have an opinion. However, it has long been known, ethically, morally and with their own legal rules that you don't open your mouth, weigh in your unique and huge legal power publicly during a Presidential election cycle, let alone shred someone running for office.

The left and right, media of all sorts and the masses are reeling in horror and shock at the Trump thrashing Ruth Bader Ginsburg threw out. Media has gone wild after the New York Times exposed her highly unprofessional and nasty comments to the world. Naturally, Trump fired back saying she should resign. He was right, she should.

Rightfully, the Tsunami of criticism has flooded Ginsburg and now she has shared publicly her 'regrets' about attacking Donald Trump. What else can she say? The heat she created for herself is looking up to 'lava.' She should resign and/or recuse herself from any case connected to Donald Trump and his potential presidential actions.

America has always known Ruth Bader Ginsburg leans liberal but now she has added to the list of compromises in her judicial career as a Supreme Court Judge. She is now, politically bias, unprofessional, rude and apparently bought and paid for by the left. Great job Ginsburg. What a legacy to be proud of...and by the way, the 'I regret' speeches now are a little late for anyone in America to take you seriously any more.

Stand up – Vote to save America – Believe – Pray and remind yourself about the difference between right and wrong, freedom and controls and God inspired leadership and Satan inspired leadership.

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Dr. Laurie Roth — the "Annie Oakley" of the airwaves — is a nationally-syndicated radio talk-show host. She has hosted successful talk shows on radio stations from Boston to L.A. with no shortage of callers... (more)

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