Will a Trump Supreme Court Reverse Gay Marriage and Abortion Decisions?

So far only one supreme court seat is empty, and it belonged to a conservative. So replacing it with another conservative won't make much of a dent. But if Ruth Bader Ginsburg (who is 83) drops dead at any point over the next four to eight years, could the court sway to a socialy conservative direction enough to reverse the left's "progress"? And what if Stephen Gerald Breyer joins her? in 2024, Ginsburg would be 92 and Breyer would be 86.

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Comments (7)

  1. Munkyman

    Nope, not going to happen & it shouldn’t. It should hopefully establish more concrete rights of refusal for those who aren’t copyrighted artists, lawyers & fashion designers. You have no right to tell others what to call their unions, but you have every right to refuse to participate as long as you’re not a business covered under the CRA of ’65. These are moral issues, matters of conscience… not things to be legislated.

    December 09, 2016
  2. mrmacq

    Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

    December 10, 2016
    1. Brn2bfree

      Don’t worry comrade, the Republicans won’t build a wall around women’s vaginas.

      December 10, 2016
  3. Brn2bfree

    Relax, the more conservative the Supremes become, the better it is. We see what liberals can do. They don’t respect the constitution and want to legislate from the bench.

    December 10, 2016
    1. 29A

      “legislate from the bench. " .
      BS Republican memes.
      Since 5 of the 7 Majority Justices were appointed by Republican presidents…who is it, exactly, “legislating from the bench”?
      Religion is between an individual and their god, thus the 1st, “freedom of religion”.
      4th, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated…”
      Aren’t both implicit to an individuals privacy?

      December 10, 2016
    2. iwassomebody

      Which court has ever legislated? They’re judiciary. Congress is legislative. SCOTUS rules on legislation. It doesn’t create legislation.

      December 14, 2016
  4. PTF

    Wishful thinking and hope this will happen.

    March 29, 2017