Some people just don't know when to retire. I see A lot of states have mandatory retirement ages for judges at 70+. Should at least have 80 for the Fed. Is that another "Amend the Constitution or Shut the Fuck Up?"
How many people maintain the same keen intellect and energy level in their 80s (if they live that long) that they had in their 50s/60s/70s?
At 86 yrs/4 months old she's already the 4th oldest ever. Another 4 1/2 years she can surpass Taney (87 yrs/8 months), Stevens (90 yrs/2 months, and Holmes, (90 yrs/10 months).
The below link is from earlier last year when she was 6th oldest:https://www.oldest.org/politics/supreme ... tices-usa/
Ginsburg over a year ago:
“I’m now 85,” she told Nina Totenberg at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, “My senior colleague, Justice John Paul Stevens, he stepped down when he was 90, so I think I have about at least five more years.”https://www.cheatsheet.com/culture/thes ... erve.html/
My prediction she won't make it that far. She'll croak 1st.