Justice Scalia Cites Pro-Slavery Laws Excluding ‘Freed Blacks’ To Justify His Anti-Immigrant Opinion
This kind of thing is, sadly, common in Scalia’s opinions. He’s defended torture and finds little wrong with executing the innocent. When a majority of his colleagues reached the radical conclusion that people have a right to choose their own sex partners, Scalia railed against them for embracing the “homosexual agenda.” During oral arguments over the Affordable Care Act, Scalia seemed unable to distinguish legal arguments from partisan talking points.
Nevertheless, looking to slaveholding states for guidance is beyond the pale, even for Scalia.
We need this clown on the highest court in the land like we need another itchy asshole.
[...] I had no idea that states could preempt federal law as long as the federal government is exercising its powers in ways that Antonin Scalia doesn’t like.
In conclusion, Antonin Scalia believes in the rule of law and you don’t. Shame on you!
I don't believe in the same kind of law that he does, that's for damn sure.
Interesting take on Fat Tony's whiny-ass rant yesterday. Probably not much to it but ¿quien sabe?