No, Bren. You'll have to look at it in context......
Why not? Seriously? Do "Merrick Garland" and "the Biden rule" sound at all familiar?
Merrick Garland was nominated on March 16, 2016. Republicans said, "we don't vote on Supreme Court nominees in an election year. Democrats got outraged. Republicans said, "hey, Joe Biden made that rule, we're just following it."
I could see even pro-Trump Republicans being offended if we went back on that one 45 days before the election. It will also likely help the Democrats and hurt Trump to be pulling something that looks underhanded, right before the election.
She had the chance. In her early freakin 80s when Obama was President. SHE chose not to. If it really is a lifetime appointment, she served 3 termsThey're saying her last words were, 'My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed'.
Exactly, I posted something similar in one of the other threads when someone said "why is this so political right away". SHE made it political by not stepping down earlier, even under Obama's watch.If wishes were horses, beggars would ride. I hope her passing was peaceful. She was terribly selfish in not stepping down much earlier, Just like mccain.