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June 05, 2006



Well, didn't Justice Thomas and the Chief join Alito's opinion without joining Scalia's customary dissent about legislative history? Scalia stands alone on this issue and has stood alone.

This whole Alito-Scalia story is nonsense. Anyone who read any of Alito's opinions from the 3rd Circuit would be familiar with his frequent use of legislative history--so this story could have written during the hearings with equal force. The "Scalito" monicker was always nonsense.

Just like Roberts is not an originalist, either in Scalia's or Thomas' opinion. As he made explicit during his hearings.

Is it really that hard for the media to read opinions or listen to hearings?

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