RUSH: David Corn, who’s at Mother Jones now (he used to be with The Nation), just moments ago tweeted the following:
Quote, “Ten years ago today, Scalia wrote an angry dissent saying if sodomy laws were rejected it would lead to…gay marriage! Well, he was right,” close quote. That’s David Corn saying it with a smile. “Ten years ago today, Scalia wrote an angry dissent saying if sodomy laws were rejected it would lead to…gay marriage! Well, he was right.” Corn is chortling, gloating, but Scalia was right — and people said he was crazy 10 years ago. They mocked him for being an alarmist.
They told everybody he was a homophobe ten years ago. In his dissent, Scalia also points out the Supreme Court is not supposed to be greater than any of the other two branches of government. With the DOMA decision, the court has announced that they are superior to the Congress and to the executive. Again from his dissent, Scalia writes, “It is an assertion of judicial supremacy over the people’s Representatives in Congress and the Executive.