Scalia speaks out of both sides of his mouth

The other day, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia questioned whether the 98 senators and 390 representatives who voted to renew the Voting Rights Act in 2006 were maybe influenced by crass political considerations (“This is not the kind of question you can leave to Congress.”).

But when it came to the Defense of Marriage Act, Scalia thinks that it’s not within the purview of the Supreme Court and they should defer to Congress (“[W]e have no power under the Constitution to invalidate this democratically adopted legislation.”).

Scalia is a puddle of pus. And he can BITE ME.

Scalia Slams ‘Legalistic Argle-Bargle,’ Re-Argues ‘Homosexual Sodomy’ In Dissenting DOMA Rant.

cf: Forbes

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