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September 17, 2010

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BobN

The genius of the Founders was to write a document that wasn't burdened by transient prejudices and hidebound tradition.

Nick

Sitting Judges should not be allowed to expound on their views and then sit and rule on the very same types of cases they opine on outside of the court!

Scalia should recuse himself from all gay-related cases as he is biased against gay people!

If not, then I don't want to hear that Judge Walker should have recused himself form the Prop 8 case!

Leslie Brodie

I will have to agree with Nick.

An article about Scalia's speech at Hastings was also published here:

http://lesliebrodie.blog.co.uk/2010/09/20/antonin-gregory-scalia-visit-hastings-9422325/

Nancy D.

With all due respect to Justice Scalia,the genius of our Founding Fathers was that they realized the self-evident Truth that our Right to Life, Liberty, and The Pursuit of Happiness depends on the recognition that these Rights have been endowed to us from God and are thus unalienable. These Rights remain unalienable despite what some "evolutionist" may erroneously try to argue.

ghd hair straightener

It's either a joke, but more likely a test of the PACER system by the court IT folks that should have been deleted, but wasn't. Don't laugh though - IT tests have sometimes been much worse, like using people's REAL information and credit card numbers in testing commerce systems...

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