So the descriptions were right, he really is Scalito
It's good to be posting back on P&P. There are so many stories to choose from. How about Rush Limbaugh and Viagra and Bill O'Reilly's belief that the police are out to get Rush? No Spin Zone my ass...
Instead I think the more interesting event is the Supreme Court's decision on military commisions because new Justice Alito voted happily with Justices Thomas and Scalia thus proving the moniker Scalito. You see Scalia and Thomas are nutjobs on the Court imo, and before the addition of Alito, they frequently were the lone two dissenting in many cases. It's too bad Roberts had to abstain from the case because it would have been interesting to see how he would have voted. This would give a solid indication of how the Court has changed.
Of course, the other interesting aspect of this case is the Court limiting executive power, but you can check the link for that.
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