Her ancestors who suffered untold persecution for their adherence to the Torah are spinning in their graves.
By Hedgehog on 2013 08 30, 8:59 pm CST
Well, I hope she makes “Legal Rebels” for this, if the ABA pro-homosexual agenda doesn’t demand some more “prestigious” award. I’m not sure the Torah is implicated. Maybe she is into the whole, Celtic, Maid/Mother/Crone thing instead. I’m too polite to say which element I think she has mastered.
By B. McLeod on 2013 08 31, 12:51 am CST
Actually, her ancestors applaud her life-long efforts on behalf of those who have been persecuted because of who they are.
By Yeshiva Mensch on 2013 09 01, 1:16 pm CST
will ruth give away the bride?
By amore on 2013 09 03, 4:10 am CST
Well, really TWO Supreme Court Justices will be there, at least if you have a little fun with the irony of the name of one of the participants.
By OKBankLaw on 2013 09 03, 7:47 am CST
@1 “Hedgehog”: Actually, I think that her ancestors would applaud the fact that Ginsburg is not part of inflicting untold persecution on another group because that group is different.
By EsqinAustin on 2013 09 03, 9:40 am CST
@4: It may come as a surprise to you, but a same-sex marriage between two men does not have a bridge; instead, there are two grooms.
Well, they shouldn’t need a bridge. They’re just getting married, not commiting suicide (although the similarilty can be confusing).
By B. McLeod on 2013 09 03, 10:21 am CST
@8: Indeed. Typos are annoying, yeah?
By EsqinAustin on 2013 09 03, 12:20 pm CST
I was on vacation. Lassen v. Arizona Highway Dept., 385 U.S. 458 (1967)
By TAX ME on 2013 09 08, 12:27 am CST
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