If Democrats win in November, nothing less than absolute ruthlessness will do
Wednesday, 23 September 2020
This is the best essay I've read about the the SC takeover by conservatives and what to do about it. The author pulls no punches. It's a short, but powerful article, so I hope all of you take a few minutes to read it. It's time for Democrats to stop letting Republicans walk all over them. Republicans play for blood--Democrats should too. Four New Justices, No Matter What The Republicans, who have fought every political battle of the past dozen years as though it were their last, can be expected to keep their word. But even if they unexpectedly stand down from yet another divisive political escalation, or somehow fail in their effort to replace Ginsburg, Democrats must be prepared to enlarge...
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