October 8, 2009

A Cross on the tombstone of a Jew

"The cross doesn't honor non-Christians who fought in the war?" Scalia asked, stunned.
He's a piece of work. Does that count as "good behaviour"? It may well be honoring non-Christian war dead, but that is hardly the point.

Time to enjoy Scalia's famed Edwards v. Aguillard dissent. Follow the logic of Senator Keith's testimony, if you dare, below the header II A.

Scalia concludes: "We have no way of knowing, of course, how many legislators believed [sic] [that] testimony." True, but we have a variety of ways of knowing what complete and utter shite it was.

Except for Justice Scalia, at least, who apparently found it compelling enough to reproduce in its entirety. Thanks for that, anyway.

2 comments:

Nullifidian said...

I doubt calling Antonin Scalia "the biggest fucktard on the high court bench" would be considered "good behaviour" either.

It's a shame because it really does need saying.

John Foust said...

Am I departing from strict interpretation if I want to spell it 'good behavior'?