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  •  "Not do someone else's job" (none)

     That's what Scalito just said about his role, talking about Congress (never bothered Scalia).  Funny thing:  he has no problem doing the JURY's job; substituting his personal take on genuine issues of material facts that are in dispute for the JURY's.  A total hard core Right Wing, screw-the-people, arrogant, bastard attitude.

     If he gets on the SC Bench this country is boned.  Big time.


    . . . religion is not a syllogism, but a poem. H.L. Mencken

    by BenGoshi on Tue Jan 10, 2006 at 09:58:21 AM PST

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    •  Also, if he really buys the unitary executive (none)
      theory, he has no problem with the president doing the legislature's job (something that the Supreme Court clearly held in Youngstown Steel the president should not do.)

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