Monday, February 22, 2016

Scalia: "Two Words"

No matter who nominates the next Justice of the Supreme Court, two words will define the nominee's judicial philosophy.

Due to the wonders of the internet, you can listen to WLW/Cincinnati

There you can hear a fellow named Bill Cunningham, who had dinner with Scalia--who told him that 'in the end, it all comes down to two words.'

Those two words?

"Who Decides?"

To Scalia, the Constitution's 9th and 10th Amendments are clear guideposts; those Amendments LIMIT the power of the Feds and SCOTUS.

The nominee with the right answer to that two-word question should be confirmed, unless you are foolish enough to think that 5 unelected lawyers in black robes should really run the country.

UPDATE:  England gets to answer the very same question, soon.

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