January 13, 2003

Scalia Says Constitution Morphs

Antonin, the anti-justice of the not-Supreme Court says the courts have gone too far in separating church and state. The nerve of them to strike "under God" from the pledge of allegiance to the flag. "It is a Constitution that morphs while you look at it like Plasticman," he said.

And he should know as a principle engineer of the Coup of 2000, the greatest Constitutional Morph of all, in which the very same Scalia ruled that the people's votes not be counted because that was the only way to secure them "equal protection." If no one votes, no one gets any advantage over any other.

Scalia's decision also specified that the principle of the ruling was not to ever be applied again, the only time a Supreme Court ruling was specifically prohibited from being used as a precedent. Plasticman indeed. Sheeit!

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