If you ever wondered just how important the appointing of a Supreme Court Justice is, then read these remarks by Justice Ginsberg. This is proof that having Justices who adhere to the Constitution and don’t rewrite the law are so important to the Republic. She would support a constitutional amendment.
As Written By Mark Hensch for The Hill:
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she would support changing the Electoral College.
“There are some things I would like to change, one is the Electoral College,” she said late Monday at Stanford Law School in California, according to CNN.
“But that would require a constitutional amendment, and amending our Constitution is powerfully hard to do,” she added.
Ginsburg also lamented partisan divisions in Congress, which she said hurt the confirmation process for justices.
“I wish there was a way I could wave a magic wand and put back when people were respectful of each other and the Congress was working for the good of the country and not just along party lines,” she said.
“Someday there will be great people, great elected representatives who will say, ‘enough of this nonsense, let’s be the kind of legislature the United States should have,’” the 83-year-old judge added. “I hope that day ….
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