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August 20, 2009

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EdA

For Alex, who seems not to have read the article,

"When justices join the Court, they find it useful to bring in clerks who already know the Court's intricate and sometimes baffling procedures and quirks."

joeyt

Okay, how many of her clerks are black - how many Latino - how many of Ginsburg's clerks are black or Latino. Based on their votes in the Ricci case, their clerks ahould proportionately represent the demographics of the population, right? Hmmmm.

borisjimski

It speaks volumes about her as a person? Maybe she asked them to and they didn't want to move to DC where they'd have to put up with such unfounded bung as yours every day. How do you know that isn't the case?

Alex

Isn't it sad that she didn't "elevate" any of her former clerks. It speaks volumes about her as a person.

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