With the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg the stakes are even higher in this November's election. If we allow this current administration to seat another Supreme Court Justice, any chance we may have had for positive change for Black people is completely gone. This administration will still call out peaceful protesters as terrorists but they will call white supremacists "very fine people". They refuse to say the words "Black Lives Matter" and the lies, cheating and scandals will continue. We understand those of you not satisfied with the Democrat party, we too have our issues there. But this is bigger than that. This administration is the most racist administration in the past 60 years. We cannot allow this to continue.
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Ken Strauther, President, Intentional Talk Radio
We just lost, a "Hero," "A Rock of Righteousness and a Cherished Colleague and Friend." Ruth Bader Ginsburg simply expressed one last request, "My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed," stated right before she died.
Americans, after a life dedicated to the 'rule of law,' we can not grant her request because of a self-serving president? As heart breaking as her loss is, as Americans we must display the empathy and respect and grant her request. A woman who dedicated her life to the betterment of our society has earned the right to have her request honored.
I realize that Trump and McConnell lack the sensitivity because they have spent their lives taking care of themselves not others. Without a single thought of others, Trump jump on this opportunity because to him it means added glory( he thinks) to his ugly reign of terror and divisiveness.
As a Christian and a person dedicated to a life of helping the less fortunate, I feel that Ruth Ginsburg has earned our respect and won the right to have her request granted by the American people.Dr. Richard A. French, humanistic psychology scholar, former high school principal, business owner, and retired Executive Director of the American Cancer Society, Pasadena, CA, 626-806-4596.