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After Oral Arguments, SCOTUS Leans Toward Arizona in SB 1070 Fight

SteveL2 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 3:36 PM
In the 1960s, with the ultra-liberal Earl Warren Supreme Court, I could have written: "Scotus is one of the most politicized institutions in America. You know they are going to vote in favor with any view that is liberal, statist, or extreme left in an effort to put left-wingers in total control of the country." We used to have "IMPEACH EARL WARREN" bumper stickers. Now it's your turn to have "IMPEACH SCALIA" bumper stickers. Oh, wait, you left-wingers use mass transit. In that case, stick the bumper sticker on your derriere.

Oral arguments inside the Supreme Court regarding the constitutionality of Arizona's anti-illegal immigration legislation SB 1070 are over. Justice Elena Kagan recused herself from the case and the remaining justices during the session seem to be leaning toward Arizona according to the Wall Street Journal:

In this morning's argument, Supreme Court justices seemed inclined to allow at least one provision of Arizona’s tough anti-immigration law.

From the tenor of the oral argument, it’s possible a ruling in the case may not fall strictly along ideological lines.  Some of the court’s liberal justices, though...