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John Roberts' Arrogance

Scott50 Wrote: Jul 04, 2012 12:16 AM
Not really, since light's nature can be understood, at least in part, by applying either theory. No so much with this nonsense, since there is no such thing as existence/non-existence in any human realm outside of philosophy. Last I checked, a pre-existing condition (pardon the horrible taste in puns) for philosophy is to attempt to explain or justify those things which have no corporeal or extant apparition on the planet....

WASHINGTON -- The Simpsons on unpredictable judges:

Marge: "Do you want your son to become chief justice of the Supreme Court, or a sleazy male stripper?"

Homer: "Can't he be both, like the late Earl Warren?"

Marge: "Earl Warren wasn't a stripper!"

Homer: "Now who's being nave."

Warren's actual vices tended more toward the ideological. Dwight Eisenhower came to regret the liberal activism of his choice for the Supreme Court, calling it the "biggest damned-fool mistake I ever made." Other presidents must also have been frustrated by their selections on the far side of life...