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Friday, February 10, 2012

Ginsberg's Defining Moment

Indeed, a defining moment for the current Administration who no doubt think the same way.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg took her work break visiting a couple North African countries including Egypt where she dissed the U.S. Constitution by saying "she would not look to the United States Constitution" as an example from which to build democracy in Egypt.

Giving a speech at the University of Cairo law school. Ginsberg said "This is the most wonderful time in which to live and be among the young people who are helping your country and bringing about change during this exceptional transitional period to a real democratic state". Ginsburg went on saying "Think of the people who lived before you and did not have this opportunity because they lived under a dictatorial regime."

Madame Clueless made these comments after weeks of fear and speculation of radical Islamists, including the Muslim Brotherhood, seized power.

Watch the short video below. I say, if you don;t like the U.S. Constitution, then maybe you'll like living under Egypt's and wearing a burka while you read it.

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