I don’t have a lot to say this sunny Friday. There are a great many things going right, and the Democrats are treating us to an entertaining reaction to the Hidabeast losing.
That being said, there is one item I think is comment worthy. There is already starting to be a buzz about who Trump will tap for Scalia’s seat on the Supreme Court. A fairly popular choice seems to be Ted Cruz. I kind of agree to that. At 45, he is relatively young, so he would be able to sit for 25 years. As the puppy blender notes, he is a shoe in, given that he’ll get a courtesy approval from his fellows in the Senate.
On the other hand, let’s not forget what the Bamster did with his choices. Because of him, we have Kagan who replaced Stevens and Sotomayor who replaced Souter. Neither of these appointments probably should have been anywhere near the Supreme Court. They both were extemely left leaning, similar to Ginsberg. So why shouldn’t Trump go the same route and nominate a justice that leans equally to the right.
While Cruz would more than fill that role, I do have an alternative, or perhaps a candidate for Trumps second or third nominee. What about Mark Levin? He is am undisputed constitutional scholar. It would also be entertaining to hear him tangle with Bamster’s appointees. Heck, it would be entertaining to hear him tangle with the Democrats and the Rinos during the confirmation hearings. The one downside of placing him would be his age (59) and his health. He has had some health issues, and probably would not endure on the court for more than 10 years. But, it would be entertaining none the less.