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In case you didn’t already find Justice Antonin Scalia slightly terrifying, you can know also find him ridiculous: 


“As Justices of the Supreme Court, we have a sacred duty to check our personal feelings at the door,” he told the Fox News Channel. “In my case, that means putting aside my longstanding and profound fear of homosexuals.”
Justice Scalia added that he was committed “to safeguarding the rights of all Americans—even those I personally find terrifying.”


Also, he seems to be profoundly confused about the difference between being existence and exposure: 

“Remember, when the framers wrote the Constitution, there were no gays in America,” he said. “They didn’t come here until the nineteen-sixties.”~ The Borowitz Report, “Scalia Says Marriage Views Not Affected by Lifelong Fear of Gays,” The New Yorker, March 25, 2013

Image via The Borowitz Report

In case you didn’t already find Justice Antonin Scalia slightly terrifying, you can know also find him ridiculous: 

“As Justices of the Supreme Court, we have a sacred duty to check our personal feelings at the door,” he told the Fox News Channel. “In my case, that means putting aside my longstanding and profound fear of homosexuals.”


Justice Scalia added that he was committed “to safeguarding the rights of all Americans—even those I personally find terrifying.”

Also, he seems to be profoundly confused about the difference between being existence and exposure: 

“Remember, when the framers wrote the Constitution, there were no gays in America,” he said. “They didn’t come here until the nineteen-sixties.”

~ The Borowitz Report, “Scalia Says Marriage Views Not Affected by Lifelong Fear of Gays,” The New Yorker, March 25, 2013

Image via The Borowitz Report