Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Smooth move Chester

Scott Brown shows how you do not answer a question in Massachusetts: I have to say, shouldn't the main determination of who the best potential Senator for that State involve spelling the State's name?

3 comments:

Montag said...

The first name out of his mouth was Scalia. I'll take that as his answer.

So, he likes a bent justice that kicks ordinary people in the crotch, throws elections and sucks up to corporations and the wackos on the right. At least that's in character for him.

Not particularly pleased with Warren's answer, either. Kagan is fast showing herself to be entirely too fond of the Unitary Executive for my liking.

Bukko Canukko said...

I would have said "Judge Learned Hand." Not that he was ever a member of the Supremes, of course (apparently he was too much in favour of free speech, even if it -- gasp! -- criticized the glorious warWarWAR effort, to be nominated). But it's such a kewl name. I mean, pronounce it, in a slow, deep voice: "Judge. Learn-ed. Hand" Doesn't it roll off the tongue? And it would have stumped David Egregiously. But anything more complex than the menu at Denny's probably does that.

pansypoo said...

can you say "independent" and use scalia?