Justice Antonin Scalia is allowed out in public. I would say this is a good thing if the words he used in public were able to be used against him to get him kicked off the Supreme Court. Alas, they are not.
This time, Justice Scalia is praising the virtues of the very long history of women being excluded from jobs like CEO and such. Always looking for a silver lining in a bad situation, Justice Scalia exclaimed:
Every cloud has a silver lining, and one of the benefits of the exclusion of women from most professions was that we had wonderful teachers, especially the women who today would probably be CEOs.
Tune in next week when we’ll hear Justice Scalia say:
- One of the benefits of slavery was the blacks were able to learn a really good work ethic.
- One of the benefits of smallpox blankets was the indians were able to develop an immunity to the virus.
- One of the benefits of lynchings was the blacks moved to better paying jobs in the north.
- One of the benefits of rape is the woman learns what bad sex feels like.
- One of the benefits of me opening my mouth is that everybody can see what a dick I am.