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November 19, 2010


Arline Jolles  Lotman, Esquire

In this lawyer's opinion, sitting there by the Justices lends unity to the presentation that is designed and mandated by the Constitution to allow only the President to speak. It is disappointing to read a Justice's view that his being present is "...sitting there just looking stupiepresents the dignity of the Court as a co-equal branch, then no wonder there is little civility in most public discourse these days


Scalia hates one of the greatest rituals of American public life. Telling.

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