Damn ….. He Was The Best One We Had ….. SCOTUS Justice Dead At 79

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Time won’t permit a lengthy eulogy.  So, I’ll leave it at that.  He was, IMO, the best justice we had sitting on the Supreme Court.  This is a sad day for the US.

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51 Responses to Damn ….. He Was The Best One We Had ….. SCOTUS Justice Dead At 79

  1. daveburton says:

    He and Tomas.

    This is a sad, sad day for America.

  2. Latitude says:

    We better not let Hillary win…..

  3. DirkH says:

    Can’t Obama just churn out the next best SJW crossdresser now, et voila, democratic socialist SCOTUS? What stops him?

  4. Latitude says:

    whoopee…

    It seems that speaking spanish is now a prerequisite for being president…..

    …….oye es mio

  5. Scalia was number one on the leftards hit list. With all the death threats, I’m surprised they didn’t do an autopsy just to be sure.

    Jim

    • leftinflagstaff says:

      Well, maybe. But staunch leaders in the defense of Americanism die like anyone else. It was always going to come down to us to make those deaths not matter. Or allow them to matter.

    • leftinflagstaff says:

      Gotta counter the Sanders/Sharpton get together.

    • DirkH says:

      They’re desperate to re-inflate credit bubbles everywhere.
      As credit vanishes, so vanishes the USD.

    • gator69 says:

      Oh good! Politicians beating on banks for non-existent racism, I’m sure this will end well with another round of banks being blamed for the stupidity and greed of politicians.

      Maybe Hitlery should try reading the bills passed to stop banks from using race as a consideration. Maybe she would learn that if I offer a cup of coffee to a white person in a branch lobby, but not the black person, it is a federal case. Not kidding.

      My bank had to pay out 21 million dollars because a higher percent of whites than blacks received mortgages. There was no discrimination, yet we had to pay.

      I’m sure that lower education levels and higher rates of single families has nothing to do with the mortgage disparity.

    • cdquarles says:

      Heh. Banks don’t bother me. Governments and the politicians who run them, though, do.

    • kim2ooo says:

      HA HA HA HA The DOG is CRAZED! CAN YOU HEAR HER BARKING?

  6. DirkH says:

    Soros’ plan in enabling and financing the mass Muslim flood into the EU: Wreak financial havoc, then… his words:
    “It would be impossible for the EU to finance this expenditure out of its current budget. It could, however, raise these funds by issuing long-term bonds using its largely untapped AAA borrowing capacity.”
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-02-15/months-after-welcoming-100000-refugees-us-john-kerry-warns-migrants-pose-existential

    So – flood a country with hostile parasites, force it to take on more debt.
    All coordinated by his OSI and subfoundations like W2EU. Doesn’t matter whether it’s the EU or the USA or any other country.

    • DirkH says:

      That *never* applied to OPEC – which has Cartel in its name. USA didn’t care. The Petrodollar system demanded artificially high prices to back the US debt.

      Saudi and Russia are doing the OPPOSITE now – none is willing to cut production
      http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-02-16/crude-crashes-8-opec-cut-hope-highs-storage-concerns

      Yahoo spins it as great news. It is catastrophic news for US oil industry. Neither Saudi nor Russia want to ramp up further at these prices.

      • DirkH says:

        …German system media also celebrate as success that Saudi and Russia have decided to keep production running at record levels…. This is a closely coordinated campaign of idiocy.

      • Lars P. says:

        Exactly to your point, one has now also Iran entering the market, which we know will increase its production.
        The overproduction – even if not very significant will still continue – especially now with the world economy in recession.
        On the other side if one looks at new cars sales statistics, there is a huge increase in Asia (passenger cars)
        http://www.oica.net/category/sales-statistics/
        Europe Sales 2012 and 2015 Q2:
        8.643.588 -> 8.548.634
        Americas (including North and South)
        6.720.070 -> 6.396.972
        Asia
        15.190.215 -> 17.716.373 (of which China 7.613.469 -> 10.095.642)
        Africa does not play a role yet:
        548.055 -> 560.882
        One can easily see where the growth is.
        All these new cars will need oil to function (and streets).
        Worldwide:
        31.101.928 -> 33.222.861

    • kim2ooo says:

      I’d pay extra for North American Oil / Gas.

  7. kim2ooo says:

    CAUGHT …once again.

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