Mad ramblings on music, politics and pop culture from the dullard's perspective.
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.