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WorldNetDaily Poll — Sleeping Justice

Issue: Snorer in the court? Ruth Bader Ginsburg snoozes: Justice dozes off during political redistricting hearing, colleagues let her sleep/WND.

Question: What's your reaction to Ruth Bader Ginsburg's 15-minute Supreme Court snooze?

1. No big deal. The subject matter was boring, it could have happened to anyone
2. Justices nod off all the time. This one just happened to get some publicity
3. The mainstream media are the ones asleep. If Scalia, Thomas, Roberts or Alito snoozed, it would be mocked for weeks
4. I'm outraged! If justices on the highest court in the land can't stay awake, they shouldn't be there
5. Classic. I'm still laughing over Ruth 'Buzzsaw' Ginsburg (that's Ruth Buzzi Ginsburg, for short)
6. Why should she be awake? Her mind is already made up on the issues before hearing them
7. Justices Alito and Souter are American heroes for not waking her
8. Unfortunately, she eventually woke up
9. Thank goodness! Anytime she's awake and alert, the Constitution and our freedoms are in danger
10. Other

DFO: No. 3

For the WorldNetDaily news report, click here.

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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.