#1 Ted Strickland: 'The Death of Scalia Saved Labor,' Came 'At A Good Time' by Cincinnatus 11.08.2016 14:50

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Yes, he's a Democrat, the Party which has a monopoly of compassion. Just ask them.

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Ohio's former Democrat governor and current U.S. Senate candidate Ted Strickland joked about the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia at a fundraiser on Monday, according to audio released on YouTube.

"I mean, the death of Scalia saved labor from a terrible decision," the candidate declared. He elicited laughter with the next comment: "And I don't wish anyone ill [laughs], but it happened at a good time. Because once that decision had been made, it would have been tough to reverse it."

In late March, the court broke 4-4 in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a case involving whether or not teachers would have to pay dues to a union they did not choose to join. Lower courts favored the union, and the Supreme Court's division allowed the lower decision to stand. Strickland was referring to this decision, which did not set a precedent but showed the new liberal bent on the court.



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This same guy is being roundly criticized for taking oodles of special interest money to finance his campaign despite the fact that in an earlier incarnation he was dead set against such a practice. Let us hope he gets elected to the senate this go round. We definitely need yet another amoral, insensitive creep in that body.

#2 RE: Ted Strickland: 'The Death of Scalia Saved Labor,' Came 'At A Good Time' by Longiron 12.08.2016 08:03

Anyone still thinks he died of natural causes???

#3 RE: Ted Strickland: 'The Death of Scalia Saved Labor,' Came 'At A Good Time' by ThirstyMan 12.08.2016 08:52

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Quote: Longiron wrote in post #2
Anyone still thinks he died of natural causes???


And that's why it was so frustrating when the family refused an autopsy...

#4 RE: Ted Strickland: 'The Death of Scalia Saved Labor,' Came 'At A Good Time' by katzenjammer 12.08.2016 09:59

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Quote: Longiron wrote in post #2
Anyone still thinks he died of natural causes???


It makes it very tough.... the day and age that we live in requires us to consider things that would have been unthinkable many, many years ago...

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