Source, Ian Millhiser at ThinkProgress: 9 terrible things Neil Gorsuch could do in his first full term on the Supreme Court
I’m still depressed over Gorsuch. In the middle of last night, I began thinking about unions, especially teachers’ unions, to which my parents and all their teacher friends belonged. Why? Read Millhiser’s list of horrible SCOTUS possibilities.
So, in the spirit of: if I’m going to be depressed and haven’t yet found a solution for it (this is a situation that Zoloft will not cure), ergo, I’m asking you to join with me in depression over the carnage this upcoming SCOTUS can produce–and until we do all join together and produce something ourselves, like a creative way of blockading the SCOTUS assault upon our most vulnerable fellow human beings…
All right, yeah, I know. That went on and on. (Still, it was not entirely incoherent, was it?)
Back to the point. Let’s all assemble in depression for now and then use that depression (which is always suppressed anger) to go to intellectual and legal war against Gorsuch and his regressive ilk.
In the interests of which I provide that link above to an erudite run-down from ThinkProgress of “9 terrible things,” et cetera.