“We Were Best Buddies”: Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s Tribute to Justice Scalia

Best Buddies: So Touching to read about this friendship.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg describes her relationship with the late, great Justice Antonin Scalia thusly: “we were best buddies.” As we get ready to watch Obama and the Left unleash their brass knuckle tactics in another power grab, it’s nice to reflect of the friendship of two members of the Supreme Court, who couldn’t have disagreed more about the law. It turns out that when Barack “Punish Your Enemies” Obama said “we can disagree without being disagreeable,” that is in fact possible. Too bad he doesn’t really believe in putting that into practice.

Best Buddies

From People:

He was the brash, larger-than-life, brilliantly sharp-witted conservative bedrock of the Supreme Court. She is the court’s soft-spoken, diminutive, quietly revolutionary liberal voice. More often than not, they found themselves in ideological battle.

Yet in a relationship that lasted decades, through parallel career paths that ended up making them the closest of friends, Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg proved opposites really do attract.

Indeed, they couldn’t have been more fond of each other, as Ginsburg, 82, made clear in a moving tribute to Scalia that she has written in the wake of his death Saturday at age 79.

Read more here.

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