In your own personal opinion.no, that's hypocrisy
Told you soNot just any old god botherer.
She belongs to a very creepy authoritarian religious cult.
Trump nominated her in order to make sure he has the numbers if the election has to be decided by the Supreme Court.
And, it looks very much like that is exactly what will happen.
Trump has declared that there is no way he will accept defeat in November.
He's all lawyered up, and ready to take it to the Supreme Court.
Interesting times ahead.
If it's your opinion, that it's being a Roman Catholic........I'm tremendously proud to say that I am a Roman Catholic, & it is my firm hope that she, as a confirmed Justice to a 6-3 Conservative Supreme Court, that she is instrumental in the demise of the baby murdering Roe v. Wade as we know it today........once, & for all time.It's not my opinion.
It's a fact - she belongs to a cult.
Just like you do.
6 months, 3 months, 1 month .... whatever. The Democrats would do the exact same thing if they could.I could be wrong but in Obamas case the upcoming election was still about 6 months away wasn't it? And the rethuglicans objected on the grounds of an upcoming election ... yet 6 weeks away isn't a problem?
Not the Roman Catholic Church - People of Praise.If it's your opinion, that it's being a Roman Catholic........
They can't, for some reason.Geez, can’t you see what is happening to your country?
Have a read of this, and see how this revolting creature Barrett and her evil cult treat women.A woman should have control over her own body. Not only are states closing abortion clinics they are closing clinics to do with womens’ reproductive health. Rich women just fly to Canada or UK etc and have abortions there: these things hit only poor women, remove from them the power to control their own bodies, their own lives!
The Catholic Church is killing itself in first world nations because of its hierarchy that is male only. The Catholic Church needs a thorough Reformation when it may become relevant again.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Lindsey Graham laid out a swift timeline on Sunday for confirming President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, telling Fox News his committee will approve Barrett by October 22. That could tee up her nomination for a full Senate vote before the end of the month.
Graham’s schedule is putting the Senate on track for what could be one of the fastest Supreme Court justice confirmations in modern American history, and there’s not much that Democrats can do about it.
Graham told Sunday Morning Futures host Maria Bartiromo that the confirmation process would begin October 12. A day of introduction would be followed by two days of questioning, and a review of the committee’s recommendation would begin October 15, he said.
“We’ll report her nomination out of the committee on October 22,” Graham said. “Then it will be up to [Senate Majority Leader Mitch] McConnell as to what to do with the nomination.”
If Graham is able to stay on that schedule, McConnell will have the option to hold Barrett’s confirmation vote before Election Day — or during the lame-duck session after the elections....................continued