Tuesday, February 14

Scalia in the third person

It's barely newsworthy that Justice Scalia doesn't see the Constitution as a living document, although he did call the people who think that way "idiots." What is noteworthy is the third-person reference in his speech:

Scalia does have a philosophy; it's called originalism. That's what prevents him from doing the things he would like to do.

Ange asserts that people who talk like this are nutty.

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