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October 14, 2008

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fffuffjk

"However, it probably should be mentioned that frequently a Justice's clerks are the ones that write the actual opinions. Perhaps Roberts hired one with more "personality" than most?"

What nonsense. While it is true that the justices delegate opinion writing, no clerk would presume to write in a way that could be perceived as frivolous without their Justice's explicit approval.

Lazarus P. Morgenfeld

A Scalia dissent in iambic pentameter would be amazing. Absolutely amazing.

Hannah

Scalia in iambic pentameter? That hasn't already happened?

Text & History makes the point that despite the "colorful" writing Roberts' dissent is still, at its heart, a typical conservative effort to limit Constitutional rights. More here: http://theusconstitution.org/blog.history/?p=433

Paul Rudolph

Interesting comment. However, it probably should be mentioned that frequently a Justice's clerks are the ones that write the actual opinions. Perhaps Roberts hired one with more "personality" than most?

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