Kilmer17 Posted November 2, 2005 Author Share Posted November 2, 2005 The problem is using the past 40 years of the SCOTUS as the basis to make the comparison. Ginsberg isnt far left compared to where the Court has been int he last half century. But that's a reflection of the left leaning nature of the Court in that time, not of moderation on her part. And in that same comparison, Scalia and Thomas seem far right. And they are far right when using a far left position as comparison. Ginsberg may not have been the most Liberal available, but I know that there are more Conservative Justices than Scalia, Thomas, and Alito. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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