Every time I hear Antonin Scalia talk, all I can think is “that’s not talking, that’s just word spittin’.”
Well, he’s done it again.
Speaking at Princeton University, Scalia was asked by a gay student why he equates laws banning sodomy with those barring bestiality and murder.
“I don’t think it’s necessary, but I think it’s effective,” Scalia said, adding that legislative bodies can ban what they believe to be immoral.
So inducing unnecessary fear is the moral thing to do?
You know, this banning of morality has always worked really well. From 1919 until 1933, nobody drank alcohol. Nobody. And it worked so well that Baptist are still trying to repeal the 21st amendment. And, of course, there is no illegal prostitution and we are winning the War on Drugs.
Scalia, who will never hurt his neck toting around his brain, fails to see the difference in murder and bestiality having a victim but homosexuality does not.
Number One way to know you might be gay: You show up in Antonin Scalia’s dreams.