Monday, January 3, 2011

Scalia Doesn't Believe Women are Persons

Justice Antonin Scalia claims in an interview in California Lawyer that the U.S. Constitution does not protect women against discrimination because of their gender. Scalia gets both boots. I wish these were pointier. Amanda Terkel reports the wording of the 14th Amendment. Scalia doesn't believe that women are persons or citizens apparently; otherwise the man can't read. How many women were in Scalia's Harvard Law graduating class? None. Women couldn't go to Harvard way back then. How many women professors did Scalia learn from? Also none. Will the day ever come when there are none of these troglodytes left?

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