Friday, June 27, 2003

Nice Turn of Phrase: From Eugene Volokh:
A thought apropos Justice Scalia's dissent in Lawrence v. Texas: When constructing a parade of horribles, the possibility that "state laws against . . . masturbation" (pp. 5-6 of Scalia's dissent) would be "called into question" isn't a terribly persuasive float.
I bet a lot of us had thoughts along those lines yesterday, but none said it so well.

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