The Seventh Rule of Court Packing Is To Rule Out Term Limits for Supreme Court Justices
The first rule of Court packing is you do not talk about Court packing.
The second rule of Court packing is you do not talk about Court packing.
The third rule of Court packing is you only talk about Court packing after the election.
The fourth rule of Court packing is accuse the Republicans of Court packing.
The fifth rule of Court packing depends how Republicans handle it.
The sixth rule of Court packing is appoint a commission to recommend court packing.
The seventh rule of Court packing is to rule out term limits for Supreme Court Justices.
WATCH: “It’s a lifetime appointment. I’m not going to attempt to change that at all.”
— PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) October 26, 2020
Today Vice President was asked if he would be open to a recommendation from the Garland Commission for term limits. Biden emphatically rejected that position, but then insisted that he had not yet made a judgment.
“No. No. No. No. There is a question about whether or not–It’s a lifetime appointment. I’m not going to attempt to change that at all. There’s some literature among constitutional scholars about the possibility of going from one court to another court, not just always staying the whole time on the Supreme Court. But I have made no judgment, my word. My word is I have made
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