Thursday, February 18, 2016

Actor James Woods: Don't Confirm Obama SCOTUS Nominee, Just Ignore Him As He Does The Law

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By Melanie Hunter | February 15, 2016 | 1:53 PM EST

Actor James Woods weighed in on the nomination of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s successor.

Woods tweeted Sunday that Congress should not confirm a SCOTUS nominee by President Barack Obama.

“This could not be simpler,” Woods tweeted. “Absolutely, do not confirm an #Obama SCOTUS nominee. Don’t discuss it; just ignore him, as he does the law.”

Scalia died Saturday of natural causes at a ranch in West Texas at the age of 79.

Thank You Ms Hunter.

Thank You Mr. Woods for saving us the trouble of saying it.

No, No Way, and Hell No, to any Obama SCOTUS nominee.

From Justice Antonin Scalia: which explains Why we don't need an Obama activist replacing him on the Court.

The Washington Post
Supreme Court Upholds Michigan's Ban On Racial Preferences In University Admissions

And the SCOTUS release:

pg 27:

JUSTICE SCALIA, with whom JUSTICE THOMAS joins, concurring in the judgment. 

"It has come to this. Called upon to explore the jurisprudential twilight zone between two errant lines of precedent, we confront a frighteningly bizarre question: Does the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment forbid what its text plainly requires? Needless to say (except that this case obliges us to say it), the question answers itself." 

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Thank You Justices Scalia and Thomas.

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