RBG

My conscious won’t leave me alone and I feel strongly compelled to pay tribute to this champion of women’s rights, but first a little trivia.

Did you know she passed away on the first evening of Rash Hashanah or The Feast of Trumpets, which is marked by 10 days of repentance, followed by The Day of Atonement, marked by a full day of fasting which begins at 6 pm the 27th until 6pm the 28th. Her burial does not take place until these events have ended.

RBG or as I like to affectionately call her, Miss Ruthy, graduated from Cornell University in 1954, after which she attended both Harvard University and Columbia Law School, where she was the first tenured female professor. She argued 6 cases for gender before the Supreme Court. What an amazing personality. Don’t you agree? I’m in awe. Anyway, Miss Ruthy was appointed by Bill Clinton to the Supreme Court in 1993, where she spent 27 years working to eliminate gender-based stereotypes and women’s rights. Incredible!!

On her walls of chambers was an Old Testament Scripture that read,
Justice, Justice, thou shalt persue.”

Because she was a liberal Justice, I know you all want to take this time to honor her greatness before her permanent burial takes place.

RIP, Miss Ruthy🌷

“she spent 27 years working to eliminate gender-based stereotypes and women’s rights” ?!?!

sounds like a confused senile person that should have retired many years ago… rip

hmmm there are quite a few elderly americans in such very important positions, i wonder how much old age contributes to the prosperity of a country

A nice tribute, Michele. Given this passionate defense of women’s rights, I’m surprised you support rapists like Kavanaugh and Trump, but then again none of us are very consistent in the end.

Technically, she spent 27 years fighting for a woman’s right to do what men (as head over woman) would never do, even giving support to the cause, knowing it’s morally wrong.

I suppose that depends on the humility and
wisdom of our aging representatives.

It wasn’t a passionate defense of women’s rights. It was a tribute to her works, regardless how egregious I may think those works were and I don’t support rapists but I do appreciate the implication to disguise your own guilt for taking advantage of young girls when you were already over 30 years old and knew better.

Michele, don’t swing wildly. I have sinned many times in my life, even by my own definition of sin, but I have never raped a woman or assaulted a woman, nor have I ever been accused of doing that by a single woman. Your fat orange rapist has been accused of that by literally dozens of women.

“China, for its part, is trying to nurture tech champions of its own, such as SMIC, its biggest chipmaker, and wean itself off reliance on U.S. suppliers.

Taiwan’s chipmakers were a crucial part of the global supply chain, Tsaid told a meeting of semiconductor company representatives in Taipei, including TSMC Chairman Mark Liu.”

It should be a National day of mourning for China every time a country breaks away from their corrupt communist grip.

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Michele, don’t swing wildly. I have sinned many times in my life, even by my own definition of sin, but I have never raped a woman or assaulted a woman, nor have I ever been accused of doing that by a single woman. Your fat orange rapist has been accused of that by literally dozens of women.
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I don’t think I’m swinging wildly at all. What I stated is documented somewhere on this site.