Compassion and wisdom, as Democrats claim?
Her race, sex and illness which her enemies blame?
Or activist pride, alleged by the same?
Is she merely wiley and skilled in the game
Or sincerely committed to law, as it's framed?
I'm not here to judge, extol or defame
To tell you the truth, I just like her name.
DEBATE, n. The stage between discovery and analysis.
I think that is an excellent reason to choose a chief justice.
"Joe Smith, I'm sorry, you don't have the qualities we are seeking for the high court.
You, however, Hank Hindenbrair, we think you might just have what it takes!"
As she's a woman, she must be eminently qualified and capable.
DEBATE, n. What goes on de hook. One wonders what kind of bait Pres. Yeswecan used to induce Sotomeyer to clash symbols with John Roberts.
verifier "noblerso" - maybe that's it ...
Funny poem. I like her I do. And now two out three women Supreme Court Justices will be from The Bronx. Find that amazing yet nobody in MSM has mentioned that geographic quirk-least not anybody I read
I like your poem as well
but only time will tell
if she has the voice of the Supremes,
and is the girl of liberals' dreams.
Argue: The stage between discovery and retribution.
sure is better then the last eight years of
my way or &*#! off..
DE- prefix used to indicate reversal
BATE n. to moderate or restrain
DEBATE n. the reversal of moderation or restraint when engaged in public discourse.
Logo, it's a better criterion than the typical ones and less subjective.
Nessa, it implies experience at judging.
And 100% of sitting supreme court justices. This is a case for mainland living, isn't it?
I imagine, Actonbell, the SCOTUS yacht club must have the best cocktail meatballs.
Yeah, we'll see, TLP. Nice poem in the meanwhile.
Icy, I think we should discuss this.
I've noticed the grill works better now.
Quilly, what's the root of etymology?
or revenge and regret, but who am I to judge.
Cooper, you could easily be the next nominee. I hope you're paying attention.
Debate: Shouting down a filibuster.
I just got to this poem and like it a lot.
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