Tuesday, October 18, 2011

You've come a LONG way, baby!

Sexual discrimination in America is over and done with! Robert Bork says so!
How about the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment? Does he still think it shouldn’t apply to women?

“Yeah,” [Bork] answers. “I think I feel justified by the fact ever since then, the Equal Protection Clause kept expanding in ways that cannot be justified historically, grammatically, or any other way. Women are a majority of the population now - a majority in university classrooms and a majority in all kinds of contexts. It seems to me silly to say, ‘Gee, they’re discriminated against and we need to do something about it.’ They aren’t discriminated against anymore.”
What a shame that the Supreme Court was denied such a profound intellect.

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