I’ve spent the last few days updating the look of the site and I’m very happy with the end result. I also updated the software that runs the site and, after a few nerve-racking hours, WordPress 2.7 was installed and running smoothly.

Now here’s where you all come in. In the top-right corner of the blog you’ll notice a famous quote from a Supreme Court opinion. So far I have about 13 rotating randomly but I’m looking to expand.

Leave your favorite quote from a Supreme Court opinion below and I’ll set it into the rotation. Funny, profound, confusing, or otherwise- if it’s from an opinion handed down by the Supreme Court I’d love to have it.


2 Responses to “What Is Your Favorite Quote From A Supreme Court Opinion?”

  1. 1 Ted

    The consequences of the Supreme Court declining to address the US Constitution’s “natural born citizen” clause on the morning of Monday 12/15/08 — thereafter enabling the College of Electors to transform the crisis from “law” to “political and Congressional”, leading to the ‘inauguration’ of Mr. Obama, are nothing less than catastrophic. Lawsuits by members of the military challenging his ‘commander in chief’ status are INEVITABLE. And a military takeover to oust the “usurper” may be inevitable as well. Where is the media? This is no “tin foil hat” joke.

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