Tuesday, March 15, 2005

A sensible judge

Scalia Slams 'Living Constitution' Theory
In a 35-minute speech Monday, Scalia said unelected judges have no place deciding issues such as abortion and the death penalty. The court's 5-4 ruling March 1 to outlaw the juvenile death penalty based on "evolving notions of decency" was simply a mask for the personal policy preferences of the five-member majority, he said.

Personal policy? The constitution clearly states that killing a baby is OK. Right there. No, next paragraph maybe... hmmmm.

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