Re: Clarence Thomas: Judges should be evaluated by God, not Constitution
Originally Posted by Dom Heffner
Anyone who studies Constitutional law can tell you that Thomas is not just terrible but possibly the worst justice to ever sit on the bench.
His opinions usually consist of just a few paragraphs, which could really be reduced to one sentence: "What Scalia said."
In my 14th Amendment class when I was a 3L we had a take home portion of the final in which we had to write an opinion on a case from whatever justice we chose. So I chose Scalia (who can actually write some of the most most brilliant decisions riddled with paranoid fallacies all in the same paragraph - its fascinating to read). We also could do a concurring decision - and mine was from Thomas and was a sentence long, and said, "Whatever Justice Scalia said, I agree with."
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