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RBG, Fame, and Nightmare Fuel

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed. I pray for her. I really do. Not just in that virtue signaling way Catholics do. It's hard not to think of all the vitriol  leveled at Antonin Scalia when he passed and now pat oneself on the back when posting on Facebook that you are praying for RBG's soul.Hell scares the hell out of me. I wish that on no-one. Moreover, I know it gives God no pleasure to see a soul turn away from Him. So I pray.Also, in yet another example of life isn't all that it's made out to be. Here you have the case of RBG. Few people have been so lionized in their lives. Books were written about her. Movies were made. Graffitti proclaimed her awesomeness. The media extolled her.

And now that she's gone there will be a few days of remembrance. But let's be honest. Most have already moved on. There's a battle brewing. 2020. There's a battle for the court going on right now. All those who lionized RBG have moved on to demonize whoever Trump nominates.…

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