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(NPR)   In a new book: "I can read the minds of dead people, so you're wrong" Scalia spells out his judicial philosophy   ( npr.org) divider line
    More: Obvious, judicial philosophy, Scalia, Scalia Disputes, dead people, Eighth Amendment, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, warrantless wiretapping, originalist  
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2012-07-25 08:46:18 AM  
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So we can't ever look at decisions differently because of advances in technology or society? This religious fixation on the Constitution is baffling to me.

Can we use this rationale to get rid of the Air Force? We could probably save a few bucks there.
2012-07-25 08:45:13 AM  
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/speaking for the dead? Lemme show ya how it's done son.
2012-07-25 08:40:39 AM  
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Opus Dei is a helluva drug
2012-07-25 08:33:15 AM  
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He is godlike in that he is a entity unto himself, but also an inseparable element of a trinity - Scalitomas!
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