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You are an idiot if you believe the Constitution should change as society changes.  So says Cheney fishing buddy and supreme arbiter of justice, Antonin Scalia.

Supporters of a flexible constitution "want [the right to abortion or homosexuality] to be embedded from coast to coast and to be unchangeable," says the extremely private judge, whose nomination to the high court was approved by the Senate in 1986, 98-0.

Yeah, that's all we want, Scalia, an America soaked with the blood of aborted fetuses and the seminal fluids of rampaging queers.  It's up to you to preserve the puritanical soul of our wayward nation from hordes of depraved liberals.  Only the mindset of the framers—licentious, aristocratic, slave-owning, chauvinist Caucasians though they were—is what counts when discerning the meaning of constitutional provisions.  Whatever.  Based on his assertions, it's not hard to envision Scalia gleefully ruling with the Taney court against Dred Scott or vociferously dissenting against the majority in Brown vs. Board of Education.

I judge Scalia to be a cretinous, narrow-minded, loathsome toad.  And an idiot.
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From:nephthys510
Date:February 16th, 2006 01:52 pm (UTC)
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Yeah, that's all we want, Scalia, an America soaked with the blood of aborted fetuses and the seminal fluids of rampaging queers.

best. line. ever.
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Date:February 16th, 2006 11:19 pm (UTC)

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Supporters of a flexible constitution "want [the right to abortion or homosexuality] to be embedded from coast to coast and to be unchangeable

This, alone, speaks vouomes, with its hypocrisy and conditional honoring of stare decisis.

JP
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From:illlaw
Date:February 17th, 2006 12:37 am (UTC)
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"n a speech Monday sponsored by the conservative Federalist Society, Scalia defended his long-held belief in sticking to the plain text of the Constitution "as it was originally written and intended."

"Scalia does have a philosophy, it's called originalism," he said. "That's what prevents him from doing the things he would like to do," he told more than 100 politicians and lawyers from this U.S. island territory."

Too bad he's a liar and an idiot. He's only an "originalist" when he wants to be.
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