In it, but not of it. TPM DC
Calling the Supreme Court a "strikingly unrepresentative character of the body voting on today’s social upheaval," he decried the fact that all nine justices were all Harvard or Yale educated, mostly from the East Coast, and lacking in a Evangelical Christian or Protestant.
"These Justices know that limiting marriage to one man and one woman is contrary to reason; they know that an institution as old as government itself, and accepted by every nation in history until 15 years ago, cannot possibly be supported by anything other than ignorance or bigotry." he said, "And they are willing to say that any citizen who does not agree with that, who adheres to what was, until 15 years ago, the unanimous judgment of all generations and all societies, stands against the Constitution."
He went on to call Justice Anthony's Kennedy's majority opinion, "couched in a style that is as pretentious as its content is egotistic."
The "showy profundities are often profoundly incoherent," he said.
In a footnote, Scalia suggested that if he signed on an opinion that began as Kennedy's did, he "would hide my head in a bag."
"The Supreme Court of the United States has descended from the disciplined legal reasoning of John Marshall and Joseph Story to the mystical aphorisms of the fortune cookie," he said.