Why (** *** ***) to vote for Hillary Clinton
The 2016 Presidential Election will decide who appoints the next one, two or three U.S. Supreme Court Justices; and whether the U.S. Supreme Court is (heavily) liberal or dangerously conservative leaning-- I.e. 5-4, 6-3 or even 7-2.
Cases the U.S. Supreme Court will impact:
Overturning Citizens United.
Winning judicial challenges regarding equal pay for women and income inequality.
Withstanding judicial challenges to sensible gun control legislation.
Protecting Roe v. Wade.
Preventing the dismantling of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and 1965 Voting Rights Act.
Upholding presidential executive actions on immigration reform.
Withstanding judicial challenges to immigration reform.
Withstanding judicial challenges, aimed at overturning the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Protecting same-sex marriage and the republican assault on LGBTQ civil and human rights.
Even Donald John Trump is aware of what is at stake, regarding the U.S. Supreme Court. The next president will also be charged with appointing lower court judges–which is as important (for the same reasons listed), as what president appoints U.S. Supreme Court Justices.
…Donald Trump unleashed a series of tweets in response, insulting Kristol, and both badgering the GOP and calling on the party to unite against this unnamed new opponent. He also implied in his tweets that an independent run would mean a Clinton victory and a liberal nomination to the nation’s highest court…
Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
If dummy Bill Kristol actually does get a spoiler to run as an Independent, say good bye to the Supreme Court!
7:02 PM - 29 May 2016
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