"But does the attorney general come in and say, you know, we might really only want to go after the professional bank robbers?" Scalia said. "If it's just an amateur bank robber, you know, we're going to let it go. And the state's interfering with our whole scheme here because it's prosecuting all these bank robbers."No, but if the state passed a law saying that you, Antonin Scalia, had to be stopped and forced to produce an ID because of your surname, and your complexion, and because people with similar surnames and similar complexions are notable for their involvement in organized crime, including bank robbery, I suspect you'd object just a little. Whoever first commented on how clever this guy is should roast on a spit for eternity.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Charles Pierce speaks for me
Another big day of "intellectually bankrupt" Scalia being pathetic about Arizona's "show us your papers" law: