When I heard last night that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had succumbed to her nth bout of cancer and died, all I could think was, "OMG."
And, of course, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who had successfully delayed and blocked the appointment of Merrick Garland, then-President Obama's very reasonable choice after the sudden death of Supreme Count Justice Anthony Scalia in February 2016 nearly 9 months (about the amount of time for a baby to be brought to term) before the presidential elections, is raring to go to confirm now-President Trump's yet-to-be-named nominee for the open Supreme Court before this year's elections in 45 days. Trump has a veritable poison pen list of possibilities. This is an appointment FOR LIFE, people. Can't anyone look beyond their current bottom-of-the-pyramid needs?