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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2012 2:07 pm 
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So, will Thomas, Alito, and Scalia start to actively push for granting cert to a birther case now?


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Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer, 74, broke his right shoulder Saturday morning in a fall from his bicycle in downtown Washington, the Court said in a news release. He was taken to MedStar Georgetown University Hospital after the accident, and underwent shoulder replacement surgery (an extensive procedure) that the Court said was successful. He was bicycling near the Korean War Veterans Memorial along the Mall in the capital city when the accident occurred. The Court provided no further details.

http://www.scotusblog.com/2013/04/breye ... d-in-fall/

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The surgery was successful and Breyer is resting comfortably, the spokesperson said. He is expected to be released from the hospital early in the week.

The justice previously broke his collarbone in an accident in 2011 and sustained broken ribs and a punctured lung in a bicycle mishap in 1993, before he joined the court, The Associated Press reported.

Justice Breyer was appointed by President Clinton to the Supreme Court in 1994. He is 74 years old.


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Poor Breyer! After being robbed (at machete-point), mugged, and falling off his bike twice, I have to conclude he could be a bit more careful.

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A Legal Lohengrin wrote:
Poor Breyer! After being robbed (at machete-point), mugged, and falling off his bike twice, I have to conclude he could be a bit more careful.


He will be fine, all of Free Republic is praying for his good health for the next 3 years :~)


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Justice Breyer needs to be weaned from his bike.

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Do SCOTUS justices have Secret Service protection?

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Do SCOTUS justices have Secret Service protection?

Nope. The court itself is protected by the small "Supreme Court Police" force. And when justices travel, they may be accompanied by one or more U.S. marshals. (Or is it martials? ;) ) When all is said and done, SCOTUS justices are among the least well protected of seriously important public officials.

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Piffle wrote:
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Do SCOTUS justices have Secret Service protection?

Nope. The court itself is protected by the small "Supreme Court Police" force. And when justices travel, they may be accompanied by one or more U.S. marshals. (Or is it martials? ;) ) When all is said and done, SCOTUS justices are among the least well protected of seriously important public officials.

Shhhh!


Gotcha. Bodyguards, yes. Training wheels, no. :-bd

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Justice Breyer needs to be weaned from his bike.


No. The older you are, the greater the health benefit from cycling. Inhaling car fumes gets less important with age, since "in the end we are all dead from cancer anyway".

Unless he's got other issues that prevent him from cycling normally.

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Paul Pieniezny wrote:
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Justice Breyer needs to be weaned from his bike.


No. The older you are, the greater the health benefit from cycling. Inhaling car fumes gets less important with age, since "in the end we are all dead from cancer anyway".

Unless he's got other issues that prevent him from cycling normally.


Repeatedly suffering severe trauma that requires surgery is kind of an "issue."

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This is his fourth significant accident riding the two wheeled monster.

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I think they have something called stationary bikes. The scenery may not be the same, but one is less likely to need a shoulder replaced. You don't even need a helmet.

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I think they have something called stationary bikes. The scenery may not be the same, but one is less likely to need a shoulder replaced. You don't even need a helmet.

You can actually take care of the scenery issue. It's harder to duplicate the gas fumes.

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Sterngard Friegen wrote:
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I think they have something called stationary bikes. The scenery may not be the same, but one is less likely to need a shoulder replaced. You don't even need a helmet.

You can actually take care of the scenery issue. It's harder to duplicate the gas fumes.

... and the constant honking, drivers flipping the bird, and what have you :shock:

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Sterngard Friegen wrote:
TexasFilly wrote:
I think they have something called stationary bikes. The scenery may not be the same, but one is less likely to need a shoulder replaced. You don't even need a helmet.

You can actually take care of the scenery issue. It's harder to duplicate the gas fumes.

... and the constant honking, drivers flipping the bird, and what have you :shock:

Kinda takes the challenge out of it, doesn't it?

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Justice O’Connor: Maybe Bush V. Gore Was A Mistake

SAHIL KAPUR 10:12 AM EDT, MONDAY APRIL 29, 2013
Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor says she has second thoughts on whether the Supreme Court should have accepted Bush v. Gore -- the deeply controversial case that effectively decided the 2000 presidential election.

"It took the case and decided it at a time when it was still a big election issue," O'Connor told the Chicago Tribune editorial board last Friday. "Maybe the court should have said, 'We're not going to take it, goodbye.'"

In a 5-4 decision at the time, O'Connor voted with the four other Republican-appointed justices to shut down the recount in Florida, the decisive state in the election.

"Obviously the court did reach a decision and thought it had to reach a decision," the retired justice told the Tribune editorial board. "It turned out the election authorities in Florida hadn't done a real good job there and kind of messed it up. And probably the Supreme Court added to the problem at the end of the day."

O'Connor, the first woman Supreme Court justice who retired in 2006, lamented that the case "stirred up the public" and "gave the court a less-than-perfect reputation." Legal experts have noted that the Court has not cited the decision even once since it was made, which some interpret as a testament to its soundness.


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I went over and read that. :evil:

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Well, it certainly beats Scalia's response, which is basically "Vaffanculo!"

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Given the fact that O’Connor refused to retire under a Democratic president, and had (according to some) shown displeasure when the election was initially called for Gore, she shouldn't have been anywhere near that case.

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I know it's not very macho, but they do have three wheeled bikes. It would make it less likely that he'd fall off and he could still enjoy the diesel fumes from DC buses.


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I know it's not very macho, but they do have three wheeled bikes. It would make it less likely that he'd fall off and he could still enjoy the diesel fumes from DC buses.


This might be safer.

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magdalen77 wrote:
I know it's not very macho, but they do have three wheeled bikes. It would make it less likely that he'd fall off and he could still enjoy the diesel fumes from DC buses.


And he could be on time to his next mugging!

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Supreme Court Justice unleashed on media, takes subtle dig at Obama. From a CSPAN discussion, April 9.



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