Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement from the Supreme Court has Democrats in a panic about another upcoming SCOTUS nominee from President Trump. Vox’s Ezra Klein tried to make his effort to “fix” the Supreme Court sound as bipartisan as possible:
How to fix the Supreme Court: adopt Rick Perry's idea for 18-year, nonrenewable terms. Or, hell, 12-year terms.
Vacancies should be more predictable, lower stakes, and with less pressure to appoint young justices. https://t.co/w7kKcsU1p5
— Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) June 27, 2018
Liberals have been saying that for YEARS, right? Well… no:
Weird. I don't recall you proposing this fix at any time from 2010-2016. https://t.co/CzUdqHJxDW
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 28, 2018
Huh. Didn’t hear you suggest this in 2009. Why not?
— VK (@vjeannek) June 28, 2018
We’ll keep hearing Democrats say SCOTUS justices should have term limits at least until Democrats get back control in DC.
They always want to change the rules when they can’t control the outcome. https://t.co/aX9tb5l0ak
— J.R. Gorsuch (@JHolmsted) June 28, 2018
They want to 'fix' the 1A, they want to 'fix' the 2A, they want to 'fix' the electoral college…. I dont think these dumbasses want to fix anything other than making sure they rule your life forever https://t.co/JNY9XAvxnr
— Mujahed (@kebejay) June 28, 2018
— Curt Olson (@lawriter33) June 28, 2018
"We're not getting what we want. Let's change the rules!" https://t.co/WXETZT1fFP
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) June 28, 2018
Let’s change the Electoral College while at it.
— Pete Ventura Jr (@PeteVenturaJr) June 28, 2018
Final point of order:
? Y'all just don't learn! We are where we are because the last time you changed the rules???? https://t.co/6YtO8QpQXz
— Jason's Girl (@Heathamommy) June 28, 2018