On Scalia’s Dissent | Barnhardt
On Scalia’s Dissent
Scalia’s dissent on the Obamacare verdict, despite all of its bravado, is utterly, totally devoid of virtue or merit unless and until Scalia RESIGNS.
This is the point I have been desperately trying to make for years, to pretty much zero avail. Continuing to engage a blatantly, obviously illegitimate paradigm is totally irrational and immoral, and belies a serious lack of character.
Scalia can give us all the rhetorical candy he can come up with, but until he resigns he is a rank hypocrite, and this is undeniable precisely because he has demonstrated in writing, in a SCOTUS dissent no less, that he sees and understands exactly what the situation is vis-a-vis the Rule of Law in the former United States.
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