Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Diversity? We don't need no stinking diversity!

So much for diversity and equality, as justice Ginsberg thinks that an all female supreme court should become the rule and goal. Really? But what about diversity and equality and fairness? and all those other egalitarian, secular, humanist representations of how things ought to be in a perfectly balanced and fair world?

I guess that all goes out the window once they feel they have the upper hand. You can count on it. Liberals are predictable. You cannot trust them, you cannot bargain with them, you cannot reach consensus with them and you definitely can never assume that simply because they have attained a stated goal that they are content with their victory.

No..... they will continue to come after every vestige of anything that opposes their absolutist philosophies. Interesting really, the very people who scream the loudest about fairness and equality, are in reality those quickest to assert their absolutely right of control over any issue and discriminate against all who oppose them.

The really sad part of this discussion, is that this country just re-elected a president who will now have the ability to skew the supreme court toward absolute liberalism and socialism. The only saving grace to that reality is that neither that court nor this nation will long survive the socialist gerrymandering that is now absolutely certain.

 Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attends California first lady Maria Shriver's annual Women's Conference 2010 on Oct. 26, 2010 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, Calif. (credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hopes to see an all-female Supreme Court one day.

Ginsburg made the comment during a 10th Circuit Bench & Bar Conference at the University of Colorado in Boulder, according to CNS News.

“Now the perception is, yes, women are here to stay,” Ginsburg told the conference. “And when I’m sometimes asked when will there be enough and I say when there are nine, people are shocked.”

Ginsburg said that no one has “ever raised a question” when nine men were serving on the bench.

Ginsburg added that she felt “lonely” on the bench when she was the only woman on the Supreme Court after Sandra Day O’Connor retired.

“It was the wrong perception for people to see just a little woman and eight larger men,” Ginsburg told the crowd. “But now if you come to the court, we are all over the bench.”

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