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originally posted by: KewlDaddyFatty
I just noticed something. POTUS is currently on TV speaking. Top left of screen says "moments ago" but he's been speaking for about 20 minutes now.
He tweeted at 10:04.
In case there was any doubt it appears POTUS most definitely does not personally write his own tweets.
I'm headed back to lurk mode now. Keep up the great work.
originally posted by: KewlDaddyFatty
a reply to: Aallanon
Not yet, no. It was brought up. He stated he's trying to get it done this way. He also emphasized it's all on the dems and he expects something possible Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday but he doesn't see much happening from todays meeting in CD.
originally posted by: ManyMasks
a reply to: eisegesis
what does that mean. pyramid with two orbs
one orbiting the other not
In astronomy, a syzygy (/ˈsɪzɪdʒi/; from the Ancient Greek σύζυγος, suzugos, 'yoked together') is a (roughly) straight-line configuration of three or more celestial bodies in a gravitational system.
Why was she 'selected'?
Who appointed her?
Remember [her] history.
Ref: 230-page book called Sex Bias in the U.S. Code, published in 1977 by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
>Called for the sex-integration of prisons and reformatories so that conditions of imprisonment, security and housing could be equal. She explained, “If the grand design of such institutions is to prepare inmates for return to the community as persons equipped to benefit from and contribute to civil society, then perpetuation of single-sex institutions should be rejected.” (Page 101)
>Called for the sex-integration of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts because they “perpetuate stereotyped sex roles.” (Page 145)
>Insisted on sex-integrating “college fraternity and sorority chapters” and replacing them with “college social societies.” (Page 169)
>Cast constitutional doubt on the legality of “Mother’s Day and Father’s Day as separate holidays.” (Page 146)
>Called for reducing the age of consent for sexual acts to people who are “less than 12 years old.” (Page 102)
>Asserted that laws against “bigamists, persons cohabiting with more than one woman, and women cohabiting with a bigamist” are unconstitutional. (Page 195)
>Objected to laws against prostitution because “prostitution, as a consensual act between adults, is arguably within the zone of privacy protected by recent constitutional decisions.” (Page 97)
>Ginsburg wrote that the Mann Act (which punishes those who engage in interstate sex traffic of women and girls) is “offensive.” Such acts should be considered “within the zone of privacy.” (Page 98)
>Demanded that we “firmly reject draft or combat exemption for women,” stating “women must be subject to the draft if men are.” But, she added, “the need for affirmative action and for transition measures is particularly strong in the uniformed services.” (Page 218)
>An indefatigable censor, Ginsburg listed hundreds of “sexist” words that must be eliminated from all statutes. Among words she found offensive were: man, woman, manmade, mankind, husband, wife, mother, father, sister, brother, son, daughter, serviceman, longshoreman, postmaster, watchman, seamanship, and “to man” (a vessel). (Pages 15-16)
>Wanted he, she, him, her, his, and hers to be dropped down the memory hole. They must be replaced by he/she, her/him, and hers/his, and federal statutes must use the bad grammar of “plural constructions to avoid third person singular pronouns.” (Page 52-53)
>Condemned the Supreme Court’s ruling in Harris v. McRae and claimed that taxpayer-funded abortions should be a constitutional right.
Who are the doctors 'currently' treating [RBG]?
What other political [former/current] sr. political heads are they affiliated w/?
What 'off-market' drugs are being provided to [RBG] in order to sustain minimum daily function?
What is the real medical diagnosis of [RBG]?
Who is managing her care?
Who is 'really' managing her care?
The clock is ticking.
PANIC IN DC.
Valerie W. Rusch, MD, the attending surgeon of thoracic service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, was one of the first women in the country to be board certified in thoracic surgery and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in the lungs, airways, esophagus, mediastinum and chest.
“I use the highest level of technological expertise to treat our patients,” she says in her biography on the Sloan-Kettering site. “But I also believe in a hands-on, person-to-person approach to ensure that my patients receive the best possible care.”
Much like Ginsberg, Rusch has an extensive list of accolades. The New York native is the chair of the American Board of Thoracic Surgery, a regent of the American College of Surgeons, and chair of the Lung and Esophagus Task Force of the American Joint Committee on Cancer. And after her 25 years in the field, the American College of Surgeons awarded her with the 2018 Distinguished Service Award, the college’s highest honor.
“She is brilliant, uncompromising, generous, and kind. A total powerhouse,” tweeted one doctor who works with Rusch. “I love the idea of Dr. Rusch and #RBG having a chat on rounds.”