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  •  her politics are certainly closer to mine (3+ / 0-)
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    than Scalia's, but that doesn't change the fact that she's a politician. A "judicial philosophy" is a politics by definition.

    If you're arguing she's not as ruthless in foisting her politics on America than Scalia is, then I agree.

    It's OK to acknowledge that SCOTUS justices have political ends. They are not gods, after all. They're people with biases and ideas about how the law is to be interpreted and the ends which it serves.

    "In America, the law is king." --Thomas Paine

    by limpidglass on Mon Dec 02, 2013 at 11:35:40 AM PST

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    •  Well, then, we have no justices at all (0+ / 0-)

      anywhere, and the word is a null sound, like going "uggggggggg".

      For your sentence to have meaning the word "justice" has to be different than the word "politician".

      I'm on a mission! Testing the new site rules.

      by blue aardvark on Mon Dec 02, 2013 at 11:37:13 AM PST

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