LETTERS: The Supreme Court has taken on a game of politics


Editor: I question the objectivity of the Supreme Court when one is married to a right-wing conspiracy theory advocate; when one has seven children; and when one was accused of sexual assault during a teen-age beer drinking spree.

Seems their fodder of law-speak works contradict common sense actions.

Moreover, why should Mitch McConnell have such a heavy hand in selecting these justices?

As stated in the Constitution, by the Founding Fathers, no elected official should be a lifelong politician.

The Kentucky horse has been in the Senate barn since 1985.

— Maggie Kuchta, via [email protected]

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1 month ago

Maggie, it was stolen fair and square.
The SCOTUS sent a message to those opposed that the terrorism used buy the “christian” right over the years worked. We need to take notes.

Joe Felice
Joe Felice
1 month ago

The Supreme Court has been politically divided for many years now, just like every other governmental agency, body and institution, and that is sad for the people. I get the others, but the SCOTUS was never envisioned or intended to be like this. Alas, that man has cemented its legacy.