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April 08, 2008

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Benson

A summary of Scalia's comments can be found here:

http://resipsablog.com/2008/04/27/scalias-interview-on-60-minutes/

mirello mazzulla

In the golden days of the mob,the leaders of that mob worked in secret and were a force to keep order in their domain.I think some of our supreme court justices should take that to heart.
When some of these supreme court justices start blabbering, especially about the most critical part of electing someone to the highest position in our land,the world discovers how unsupreme they are

courtier

Hey Homer - did you drop out of high school at the age of 14? You wonder if Scalia is "braking" his silence to sell books? It is "breaking" you dolt. That is why you are where you are and Scalia is on the Supreme Court.

Homer Simpson

D'oh, or maybe he is braking his silence to sell some books. Do you think?

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