Justice Scalia May Be Snarky, But He’s Also Quite Correct

JusticeScaliaThe Washington Post’s Wonkblog staff, in an article published at 10:33 AM today, says Associate Justice Antonin Scalia “may have already won for snarkiness” in his dissent in the Obamacare case handed down today.

It is amusing that the Post published this mere minutes after the decision was handed down, making it impossible for the Wonkblog staff to have read the entire decision and opinions. I suspect they went straight to Justice Scalia’s dissent and read little, if anything, else.

The Washington Post’s Wonkblog staff, in an article published at 10:33 AM today, says Associate Justice Antonin Scalia “may have already won for snarkiness” in his dissent in the Obamacare case handed down today.

It is amusing that the Post published this mere minutes after the decision was handed down, making it impossible for the Wonkblog staff to have read the entire decision and opinions. I suspect they went straight to Justice Scalia’s dissent and read little, if anything, else.



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