President Kennedy, Supreme Court, Mitch Mcconnell discussed on Steve Sanchez


And you're in politics, and you have a position, like the Supreme Court Then it's fair to discuss ideology, decisions, Behaviors, character and and and and right now being that we are in an election process. I think it's fair to discuss the political situation at hand and that's exactly what we're doing. So although the person of Ginsberg is past The seat that she vacates is available and the country moves forward. Just like for instance, when President Kennedy was assassinated, you know immediately, Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as president. And even though the country mourned and it was shocking, the business of the country still has to move on it. Za continued life of the country's living. It's almost like a living trust to continue, the country continues to move forward. And and regardless of how we mourn in how we feel, And that's exactly again again. The great example with with Kennedy, and so that's what we're facing here. And I personally like J. D in the first hour. I don't believe the Supreme Court should have a lifetime appointment. I think that's ridiculous. But it is what it is. And I'm not a guy that's going to be able to change it and often over change. But it is what it is. I think, as JD had mentioned 12 years is more than enough, but it is what it is. It's a lifetime appointment. And elections have consequences. And in 16 2065 million people elected Donald Trump. He's still the president until January. 20th of 2021 Mitch McConnell is still the senator until the new session in January, or at least the Senate majority leader, Unless you know he gets replaced her retains that position based on If the Senate stays in Republican control, they have a responsibility to their party. They have a responsibility to the people that elected them. The election is coming. But those that elected this president still have the right to have their voice their ideology in place when you agree. I mean, the president's not been reelected, Nor has he lost, and regardless of which way it goes, Let's say he does lose. He's still the president until January. 20th. So the voters 65 million of them that elected him in 2016 still get the benefit ofthe this president, and that means like it or not. He gets to a point, a Supreme Court justice.

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