Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent treatment for tumor on pancreas, Supreme Court says

  
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent treatment for tumor on pancreas, Supreme Court says
The 86-year-old justice missed oral arguments in January for the first time in her years on the court recuperating from a previous cancer scare.

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By   Adam Edelman

Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently underwent a fresh round of treatment for a cancerous tumor on her pancreas, the high court said in a statement Friday.

The three-week radiation treatment, performed at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, was administered after doctors discovered a "localized malignant tumor" on her pancreas on July 31, the statement said.

The treatment — called stereotactic ablative radiation therapy — was administered in an outpatient setting for a three-week period that began Aug. 5. Doctors also inserted a bile duct stent as part of the treatment, which Ginsburg completed Friday, the court said.

In the statement, the court said that Ginsburg "tolerated treatment well" and that "no further treatment is needed at this time."

"The tumor was treated definitively and there is no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body," the court said. "Justice Ginsburg will continue to have periodic blood tests and scans."

The tumor is the 86-year-old justice’s latest cancer scare. She has suffered a number of health setbacks in recent months, including a fall that fractured three ribs in November followed by surgery to   remove two cancerous growths from her lung   at the end of December. She missed oral arguments for a case in January, the first time she had missed courtroom arguments in 25 years.

Ginsburg had been diagnosed with colon cancer in 1999 and pancreatic cancer in 2009.

Pancreatic cancer is usually diagnosed at later stages of the disease, because its earliest symptoms can be quite vague, including loss of appetite, depression, jaundice, fatigue and abdominal pain.

The vast majority of pancreatic cancer patients will die within five years of diagnosis, according to the American Cancer Society. Just 9 percent are expected to survive more than five years.

By all accounts, Ginsberg has tolerated this most recent radiation treatment well.

"A three-week course of radiation for pancreas cancer is moving into the standard of care," said Dr. Kenneth Merrell, a radiation oncologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Merrell has not treated Justice Ginsberg.

"We are finding that this is a very tolerable course of treatment with little impact on the patient's quality of life," Merrell told NBC News.

Affectionately known as "RBG," Ginsburg is the court's oldest serving justice and was nominated in 1993 by then-President Bill Clinton.

If the liberal Ginsburg were to step down from the bench, that would enable President Donald Trump to name her replacement. The nine-person court is currently made up of five justices nominated by Republican presidents and four nominated by Democratic presidents. Trump has so far nominated, and seen confirmed, two of the justices, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.,   has said that if a Supreme Court vacancy were to emerge next year, he would act to fill it quickly — a stark divergence from his decision   in 2016 to block the consideration of President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland, after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia earlier that year.

Ginsburg, however, has vowed to stay on the court for several more years, if possible.

Last August, she told CNN that she had no intention of retiring in the near future.

"My senior colleague, Justice John Paul Stevens, stepped down when he was 90, so I think I have about at least five more years,"   she said.

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TᵢG
1  seeder  TᵢG    4 weeks ago
Ginsburg had been diagnosed with colon cancer in 1999 and pancreatic cancer in 2009. Ginsburg, however, has vowed to stay on the court for several more years, if possible.

Got to admire her tenacity.

Ginsburg, however, has vowed to stay on the court for several more years, if possible.

Several.  If Trump is reelected he will likely nominate her replacement.

 
 
 
WallyW
1.1  WallyW  replied to  TᵢG @1    4 weeks ago

She's one tough old lady, but the body can only take so much trauma and stress. Her mental faculties are bound to be deteriorating.

Realistically, Trump could name her replacement even if he is not reelected, but that is not likely to happen.

At any rate, Trump will likely nominate at least one more Supreme Court Justice. Maybe two.

 
 
 
Perrie Halpern R.A.
1.1.1  Perrie Halpern R.A.  replied to  WallyW @1.1    4 weeks ago
She's one tough old lady, but the body can only take so much trauma and stress. Her mental faculties are bound to be deteriorating.

While I agree that the body can take only so much, there is no correlation between the body's health and mental faculties, unless that is part of the underlying disease. Cancer is not one of them. 

 
 
 
WallyW
1.1.2  WallyW  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1.1.1    4 weeks ago
there is no correlation between the body's health and mental faculties, unless that is part of the underlying disease. Cancer is not one of them. 
I didn't mean to imply there was any correlation with this condition or its treatment. Thinking more of issues of the brain itself.
 
 
 
CB
1.1.3  CB   replied to  WallyW @1.1.2    4 weeks ago

In the article above, J. Ginsburg points out that J. Stevens held court until 90 in sound mind!

 
 
 
MUVA
1.1.4  MUVA  replied to  CB @1.1.3    4 weeks ago

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MrFrost
1.1.5  MrFrost  replied to  MUVA @1.1.4    4 weeks ago

I'm not sure what you say is true liberalism is a mental disorder so...

According to Alex Jones? 

 
 
 
It Is ME
1.1.6  It Is ME  replied to  WallyW @1.1    4 weeks ago

She's pretty "Selfish" !

"Sleepy Smurf" should have retired a long time ago. But she does persist.... for herself !

 
 
 
MUVA
1.1.7  MUVA  replied to  MrFrost @1.1.5    4 weeks ago

No Rush and I have to agree.

 
 
 
It Is ME
1.1.8  It Is ME  replied to  It Is ME @1.1.6    4 weeks ago

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent treatment for tumor on pancreas, Supreme Court says"

BULLSHIT !

She falls asleep in court quite a bit.

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/ruth-bader-ginsburg-sotu-sleeping_n_6906148

The Notorious RBG’s knack for napping is apparently well-known.
“They expect me to sleep,” Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told The Hill when asked about her fellow justices’ reaction to her dozing off during President Barack Obama‘s State of the Union address in January — something she’s been caught doing in past years as well. 

 
 
 
MrFrost
1.1.9  MrFrost  replied to  MUVA @1.1.7    4 weeks ago

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CB
1.1.10  CB   replied to  It Is ME @1.1.8    4 weeks ago

What are you suggesting; some / women can't 'hold it together' after Eighty?

 
 
 
It Is ME
1.1.11  It Is ME  replied to  CB @1.1.10    4 weeks ago

Her courtroom actions speak louder than words !

512

 
 
 
CB
1.1.12  CB   replied to  It Is ME @1.1.11    4 weeks ago

I'm sorry. . . .What does this drawing signify - satire, art, or an actual occurrence? If an actual occurrence, what is the context surrounding it?

 
 
 
livefreeordie
1.1.13  livefreeordie  replied to  CB @1.1.12    4 weeks ago

That she isn’t up to the job. Let her retire so Trump can put someone on the court in her place that actually believes in the Constitution 

 
 
 
JohnRussell
1.1.14  JohnRussell  replied to  livefreeordie @1.1.13    4 weeks ago

I have a better idea, let Trump retire because he is a dreadful excuse for a human being. 

 
 
 
MUVA
1.1.15  MUVA  replied to  JohnRussell @1.1.14    4 weeks ago

If that were the case most of the democratic party leadership should retire.

 
 
 
JohnRussell
1.1.16  JohnRussell  replied to  MUVA @1.1.15    4 weeks ago

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MUVA
1.1.17  MUVA  replied to  JohnRussell @1.1.16    4 weeks ago

 
 
 
Perrie Halpern R.A.
1.1.18  Perrie Halpern R.A.  replied to  WallyW @1.1.2    4 weeks ago
Thinking more of issues of the brain itself.

Of which she has shown none.

 
 
 
Perrie Halpern R.A.
1.1.19  Perrie Halpern R.A.  replied to  It Is ME @1.1.8    4 weeks ago

So when Ronny was taking his 2-3 hour naps during the work day, were you outraged? And you must have been really outraged when it came out that he has Alzheimers months after leaving the presidency, right?

 
 
 
MUVA
1.1.20  MUVA  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1.1.19    4 weeks ago

It was 6 years after he left office when it came out he Alzheimer's he was diagnosed  just 7 months before  so no I think no one was outraged about  fake news.    

 
 
 
lady in black
1.1.21  lady in black  replied to  livefreeordie @1.1.13    4 weeks ago

She sure the hell is up for the job....

https://kleinhansbuffalo.org/event/rbg/

A Conversation with Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg

And before that:

https://www.wivb.com/news/justice-ruth-bader-ginsburg-to-visit-ub/

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg visits UB

“It was beyond my imagination that I would one day become the ‘Notorious RBG,'” she said to applause. “I am now 86 years-old, yet people of all ages want to take their picture of me. Amazing.”

https://buffalonews.com/2019/08/27/justice-ginsburgs-last-stop-a-courthouse-of-course/

Justice Ginsburg's last Buffalo stop: The federal courthouse, of course

 
 
 
Vic Eldred
1.1.22  Vic Eldred  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1.1.19    4 weeks ago
So when Ronny was taking

Ronny?  And I thought you were a moderate.

 
 
 
It Is ME
1.1.23  It Is ME  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1.1.19    4 weeks ago
So when Ronny was taking his 2-3 hour naps during the work day, were you outraged? And you must have been really outraged when it came out that he has Alzheimers months after leaving the presidency, right?

The article is about Ruth, who sits on the highest court in the land, and falls asleep during court arguments.

Did Ronny fall asleep during "Important" meetings.

 
 
 
It Is ME
1.1.24  It Is ME  replied to  CB @1.1.12    4 weeks ago
What does this drawing signify - satire, art, or an actual occurrence? If an actual occurrence, what is the context surrounding it?

Actual occurrence and it was during court arguments.

According to the Associated Press, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg snoozed during oral arguments today over political redistricting in Texas.

The subject matter was extremely technical," notes AP writer Gina Holland, "and near the end of the argument Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dozed in her chair."

During a report by Megyn Kendall of Fox News, an artist's sketch of the hearing was aired with Ginsburg's head using the bench as a pillow.

There was no word if there was any audible snoring echoing through the esteemed chamber, but the sleep session was noticed by Ginsburg's colleagues who made a snap judgment to let their associate continue her slumber.
"Justices David Souter and Samuel Alito, who flank the 72-year-old, looked at her but did not give her a nudge," writes Holland.

The incident caught the attention of Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank, who writes:
"At first, she appeared to be reading something in her lap. But after a while, it became clear: Ginsburg was napping on the bench. By Bloomberg News' reckoning – not denied by a court spokeswoman – Ginsburg's snooze lasted a quarter of an hour.

"It's lucky for Ginsburg that the Supreme Court has so far refused to allow television in the courtroom, for her visit to the land of nod would have found its way onto late-night shows."

 
 
 
Perrie Halpern R.A.
1.1.25  Perrie Halpern R.A.  replied to  MUVA @1.1.20    4 weeks ago

First of all, he was still taking those naps and I see that was OK. 

Second, you do know how Alzheimer's works? By the time he was supposedly dxed, he had already had the disease for years. It was evident in the way he debated from his first term to the second, where he got confused. 

n August 1994, at the age of 83, Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease , [330] an incurable neurological disorder which destroys brain cells and ultimately causes death. [330] [331] In November of that year, he informed the nation of the diagnosis through a handwritten letter, [330] writing in part:

I have recently been told that I am one of the millions of Americans who will be afflicted with Alzheimer's Disease ... At the moment I feel just fine. I intend to live the remainder of the years God gives me on this earth doing the things I have always done ... I now begin the journey that will lead me into the sunset of my life. I know that for America there will always be a bright dawn ahead. Thank you, my friends. May God always bless you. [332] At a June 1981 reception for mayors, not long after the assassination attempt, Reagan greeted his Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Samuel Pierce by saying "How are you, Mr Mayor? How are things in your city?", [335] [336] although he later realized his mistake. [337] In a 2011 book, Reagan's son Ron said he had suspected early signs of his father's dementia as early as 1984. [338] Former CBS White House correspondent Lesley Stahl recounted that in her final meeting with the president in 1986, Reagan did not seem to know who Stahl was. Stahl came close to reporting that Reagan was senile, but at the end of the meeting, he had regained his alertness. [339]

After his diagnosis, letters of support from well-wishers poured into his California home. [333] But there was also speculation over how long Reagan had demonstrated symptoms of mental degeneration.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_Reagan#Health

He didn't just suddenly get it. There are 7 stages, which meant long before he showed signs that were bad enough for him to get a dx, he had it. Read here:

https://www.webmd.com/alzheimers/guide/alzheimers-disease-stages#1

By the time he "wrote" that letter, which he probably didn't write, he had severe disease.  

So not fake news. 

 
 
 
CB
1.1.26  CB   replied to  livefreeordie @1.1.13    4 weeks ago

You would suggest that. However, why would you want an obsessive liar to appoint anyone to pass judgments on you and yours is beyond me!

 
 
 
CB
1.1.27  CB   replied to  It Is ME @1.1.24    4 weeks ago

So what? What is decided during oral arguments anyway.

Why Doesn't Thomas Speak Often at Oral Arguments?

This is a perennial line of attack for liberals, who use Thomas's frequent silence at oral arguments to question his involvement in the Supreme Court's business, or even his intelligence. These attacks smack of outright racism, of course. Look at all the previous Justices who didn't ask questions either, as explained in a 2002 panel presentation by veteran Supreme Court advocate Carter Phillips:
Dellinger: Carter, I think you've argued starting further back than any of the rest of us. Is the Court much more active now than prior Courts? This is a change, isn't it?

Phillips: It's a vast sea change and it started, obviously, when Justice Scalia replaced [Warren] Burger. When I argued in 1981, you could pretty much bet you weren't going to get any questions from Justice [William] Brennan [Jr.], and you might get one question from Justice [Thurgood] Marshall. Justice Blackmun would ask a question that you weren't always sure you were quite ready for because you could never quite understand necessarily what the purpose of the question was, although I think he usually had one. And my old boss, Chief Justice Burger, very rarely asked one. I don't think he ever asked me a question at all in the years that I argued there.
No one ever accused Brennan, Marshall, or Burger of a lack of intelligence simply because they didn't ask many questions at oral argument.
In other words, why make a big deal out of it? Nobody else does. It is. . .unorthodox at work,. . . but, then again we knew matters like this can happen when you give people jobs for life! Turns out it is their jurisprudence and wisdom that is desired, not their attention to arguments.
Justice Thomas told some high school students the real reasons why he does not often speak up at oral arguments:
There's no reason to add to the volume. I also believe strongly, unless I want an answer, I don't ask things. I don't ask for entertainment, I don't ask to give people a hard time.

I have some very active colleagues who like to ask questions. Usually, if you wait long enough, someone will ask your question.

The other thing, I was on that other side of the podium before, in my earlier life, and it's hard to stand up by yourself and to have judges who are going to rule on your case ask you tough questions. I don't want to give them a hard time.
 
 
 
CB
1.1.28  CB   replied to  CB @1.1.27    3 weeks ago

Addendum to the above. No this is not an excuse for J. Ginsburg "nodding" on the Bench. But, let's not kid ourselves - these people are 'aged' and likely taking their 'meds' and some lawyers can be a 'bore'!

 
 
 
It Is ME
1.1.29  It Is ME  replied to  CB @1.1.27    3 weeks ago
So what? What is decided during oral arguments anyway.

Quite a bit, if one is a REAL Judge, Judging something that will be a Final Judgement ! jrSmiley_78_smiley_image.gif

 
 
 
It Is ME
1.1.30  It Is ME  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1.1.25    3 weeks ago
Second, you do know how Alzheimer's works? By the time he was supposedly dxed, he had already had the disease for years. It was evident in the way he debated from his first term to the second, where he got confused. 

That's Okay. Joe's confused right out of the "chutes", but he's the Democrats "Front Runner" at this time.

I guess the "Confusion" thingy really doesn't mean anything.

 
 
 
Perrie Halpern R.A.
1.1.31  Perrie Halpern R.A.  replied to  It Is ME @1.1.30    3 weeks ago

Well our present president seems to also be confused a lot, so I am guessing it must be part of the job description. 

 
 
 
Raven Wing
1.1.32  Raven Wing  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1.1.31    3 weeks ago
Well our present president seems to also be confused a lot,

More like a constant state of mind. jrSmiley_91_smiley_image.gif

 
 
 
Raven Wing
1.1.33  Raven Wing  replied to  CB @1.1.27    3 weeks ago

Thomas does not need to pay attention to any of the dialog or such at the meetings, as he votes as his wife tells him to. She is a rabid Republican, so he leaves the decision making up to her, good, bad of indifferent.

 
 
 
It Is ME
1.1.34  It Is ME  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1.1.31    3 weeks ago
Well our present president seems to also be confused a lot, so I am guessing it must be part of the job description. 

Could be. jrSmiley_87_smiley_image.gif

OR

Maybe the Press wants you to be confused. Reporting is all over the place on "What Trump Might or Could have meant ". jrSmiley_97_smiley_image.gif

But for us to really decipher things, we would need a super computer in order to put EVERYTHING Trump has ever said since becoming president, including what the context subject was he was speaking of, and put it into some semblance of order. jrSmiley_100_smiley_image.jpg

Chaos is a Media's best Friend though.

 
 
 
Raven Wing
1.1.35  Raven Wing  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1.1.19    3 weeks ago
when it came out that he has Alzheimers months after leaving the presidency, right?

He was starting to show signs of the disease before he was re-elected to his second term at the age of 73.

 
 
 
MrFrost
1.1.36  MrFrost  replied to  livefreeordie @1.1.13    3 weeks ago
Let her retire so Trump can put someone on the court in her place

Unlikely, she said she will not retire until trump is out of office. 

 
 
 
CB
1.1.37  CB   replied to  It Is ME @1.1.29    3 weeks ago

Opinions and decisions are not delivered during oral arguments. You should know this. And, of course, the Justices are MATURE enough to know to review the record in order to opine.  I have laid out the case using J. Thomas' and other former justices' raisons de etre. Commonsense demands that be enough proportional explanation to put this discussion in context!

 
 
 
CB
1.1.38  CB   replied to  Raven Wing @1.1.33    3 weeks ago

I know that 'story' too. It is good to know Thomas' spin on for the record, you understand.

 
 
 
CB
1.1.39  CB   replied to  It Is ME @1.1.34    3 weeks ago

Well Donald has always suckled from the 'fatted' cow, so pretentiousness is something he comes by honestly!

Not sure what your excuse is for liking a jerk who coughs up lies my the boatload. Trump, we are told by "the best doctors money can. . .buy (get it?)" is not physically or mentally ill. Therefore, his lies are a tell-tale sign of a permanent delusional state of mind.

What is your excuse for like Trump again?

 
 
 
livefreeordie
1.1.40  livefreeordie  replied to  CB @1.1.26    3 weeks ago

Simple Trump has made excellent appointments of true Constitutional justices to the Courts.   I have no doubt that he will continue to do so.  The lying comment is a red herring that has nothing to do with the caliber of judicial appointments

 
 
 
MUVA
1.1.41  MUVA  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1.1.25    3 weeks ago

So when you said months you meant years?I understand how Alzheimer's work my grand mother died with it.I have one son that is a Doctor and another that is study to be a PA.My older son went through the 2 year MD program at Vanderbilt.

 
 
 
Gordy327
1.2  Gordy327  replied to  TᵢG @1    4 weeks ago
Got to admire her tenacity.

Indeed. That and other qualities she has too.

 
 
 
Vic Eldred
1.2.1  Vic Eldred  replied to  Gordy327 @1.2    4 weeks ago

That she does, however there were some who thought she should retire while Obama was president, so he could name a replacement. She said the same thing then as she said now. "At my age you have to take it year-by-year."  Who can argue with that?


 
 
 
Paula Bartholomew
1.3  Paula Bartholomew  replied to  TᵢG @1    4 weeks ago

She is one tough cookie, that is for sure.

 
 
 
pat wilson
2  pat wilson    4 weeks ago

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said Tuesday that she is "very much alive," tamping down concerns that recent health issues could cause her to leave the bench.

"There was a senator, I think it was after my pancreatic cancer [in 2009], who announced with great glee that I was going to be dead within six months," she told National Public Radio . "That senator, whose name I've forgotten, is now himself dead and I am very much alive."

 
 
 
JohnRussell
3  JohnRussell    4 weeks ago

She's going to live to be 100. 

 
 
 
TᵢG
3.1  seeder  TᵢG  replied to  JohnRussell @3    4 weeks ago

She is great at defying the odds so who knows?

 
 
 
CB
3.1.1  CB   replied to  TᵢG @3.1    4 weeks ago

Well, she has her exercise program and she has really good healthcare. To see the problems and issues with her early. 

I am really glad to read she is in positive spirits! All these internal cutting, sewing, and wound closing on a woman in her 80's can not be what J. Ginsberg had planned for her old age. Each time I see her now, I can not help think Barack Obama should have offered to replace her on the Court. Then again, may be it was her who did not express an interest in leaving!

 
 
 
Paula Bartholomew
3.2  Paula Bartholomew  replied to  JohnRussell @3    4 weeks ago

I am betting more than that.

 
 
 
Vic Eldred
3.3  Vic Eldred  replied to  JohnRussell @3    4 weeks ago

Could be, John. She has taken care of herself.

 
 
 
JBB
4  JBB    4 weeks ago

Providence willing The Indomitable RBG will tenaciously persevere for years...

 
 
 
CB
4.1  CB   replied to  JBB @4    4 weeks ago

We do have to pray and/or send our best wishes to her. Then work hard to win this 2020 election. Forces are building against Donald Trump, but life has a way of leaning into Donald Trump (J. Kennedy swerved "into" Trump after all the beneficial years of opinings). Strange things can happen in political 'years.' Justice Ginsberg is honestly contending to keep up her part of this 'bargain.' Now come 2020 liberals in this country have to take care of their part. And, let her go 'rest'!

 
 
 
Vic Eldred
4.1.1  Vic Eldred  replied to  CB @4.1    4 weeks ago
Then work hard to win this 2020 election.

I'll see you at the polls come election day!

 
 
 
Jack_TX
5  Jack_TX    4 weeks ago

I disagree with RBG on almost every issue I can think of.  But I wish her health, long life, and happiness.

So to my batshit crazy liberal/leftist friends who have spent the day dancing on David Koch's grave... do you see how this works?

 
 
 
Kathleen
6  Kathleen    4 weeks ago

I hope she recovers fully.  

 
 
 
Paula Bartholomew
6.1  Paula Bartholomew  replied to  Kathleen @6    4 weeks ago

She would not have it any other way.

 
 
 
JaneDoe
7  JaneDoe    4 weeks ago

What a strong woman. I wish her the best.

 
 
 
CB
8  CB     4 weeks ago
"My senior colleague, Justice John Paul Stevens, stepped down when he was 90, so I think I have about at least five more years," she said.

May God richly bless you, RBG! (But in 2020 when a democrat president wins - take that as a sign - go enjoy your twilight years!)

 
 
 
WallyW
8.1  WallyW  replied to  CB @8    4 weeks ago
when a democrat president wins
That's not gonna happen.
When it comes to electable candidates, the democrat's cupboard is bare.

 
 
 
MrFrost
8.1.1  MrFrost  replied to  WallyW @8.1    4 weeks ago
That's not gonna happen.

Yea, heard that one just before Obama was elected....twice.

 
 
 
Vic Eldred
8.2  Vic Eldred  replied to  CB @8    4 weeks ago
(But in 2020 when a democrat president wins - take that as a sign - go enjoy your twilight years!)

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MUVA
9  MUVA    4 weeks ago

I hope she recovers then retires.

 
 
 
MrFrost
9.1  MrFrost  replied to  MUVA @9    4 weeks ago

I hope she recovers then retires.

She already said she will not retire until trump is out of office, so you might want to get used to her. 

 
 
 
MUVA
9.1.1  MUVA  replied to  MrFrost @9.1    4 weeks ago

She may not make but I wouldn't wish her ill will I'm not a I will get a ticket if I say what I'm thinking.You can go to the Koch seed if you want to see what I'm talking about. 

 
 
 
Vic Eldred
9.1.2  Vic Eldred  replied to  MrFrost @9.1    4 weeks ago
She already said she will not retire until trump is out of office,

She could have retired under Obama.....Dosen't that just gall ya!

 
 
 
Tacos!
10  Tacos!    4 weeks ago

I think it's encouraging to see any somewhat good news in connection with pancreatic cancer. That variety, in particular seems like it's almost always fatal by the time they find it.

 
 
 
MrFrost
10.1  MrFrost  replied to  Tacos! @10    3 weeks ago

Patrick Swayze comes to mind. 

 
 
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