Thursday, April 13, 2006

Scalia's Proudest Moment?

What is Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia most proud of in his 20 years on the Court? He is most proud of his refusal to recuse himself from the case involving his hunting buddy Dick Cheney. You know the case. The one where the American people demanded to know which oil company executives met with the VP to "help" him create the Bush energy plan. The administration refused to allow the public to know based on some BS line of reasoning that states that people won't give advice to the administration if their presence inside the meetings is known. Sounds pretty suspicious to me. Perhaps Scalia is just worried about getting shot the next time these two go out for an animal killing orgy.


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