Scalia speaks to Tea Party

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    That particular justice doesn't give a flying fuck. Wasn't he with the Koch brothers last month?
     
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    Only Liberal judges should hide their liberalism. I mean Scalia is a hero. Don't question it!!! The Republican way.
     
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    So sue him.
     
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    this is very distressing news


    to someone
     
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    The Supreme Court is a branch of the Federal Government. By definition it is political.

    However, if you are concerned with partisanship. Could you explain how doing a lecture on the Separation of powers that is open to all Members of Congress could possibly be partisan? How is the Separation of powers partisan at all? Is there anyone against it?
     
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    Dontcha hate when that happens? :lol:
     

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