December 24, 2018

Ginsburg an even bigger egoist than I thought

Jack Kemp

Physician Dr. Brian Joondeph wrote a blog piece today at American Thinker detailing his evaluation of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's health. In it, he discusses two previous cancers that she had recovered from but the presence of more than one cancer indicates a possible metasticizing (spreading from one part of the body to another) of cancer cells. I particulary like his reply to a journalist who said he couldn't keep up with Ruth Bader Ginsburg's exercise routinne:


A Politico writer wrote, "I Did Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Workout. It Nearly Broke Me." I feel sorry for the writer. He looks like a young healthy millennial and if he can't keep up with an 85-year-old two time cancer survivor, perhaps he needs more gym time himself.


You can read Dr Joondeph's article here at

This got me to thinking moreso about the recent reporting of Ginsburg's previous cancers and what they have meant, in significant part, for the Democratic Party. I posted the comment below at Amer. Thinker in reply to this article, expanding on an idea that I previously wrote about at the Aviary.

Jack's Comment:

The general public was not aware that Ginsburg had two previous cancers, indicating a highly likely metastatic condition in her body. This strengthens the selfish ego argument I and others prevously made concerning Ginsburg chosing to not retire when Obama was President which would have assured the Democrats a like-minded replacement for Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Not only did Ginsburg callously disregard the needs of the Nation, but she also callously disregarded the needs of the Democratic Party, which in this case Democrats might privately refer to as the new "Sin that Dare Not Speak Its Name."

Notice few in the liberal media are talking about how she gambled on the 2016 Presidential Election - and lost. With Ruth Ginsburg's ego, it is a suprise that she didn't campaign for the starring role in the Wonder Woman movie with the demand that they only film her scenes when the Supreme Court was not in session. There are some liberals that would have agreed to those demands.

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