Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia goes off, arguing at Princeton University “if we can’t have moral feelings against homosexuality, can we against murder?”
This came after he was asked by a gay student why he equated laws banning sodomy with those banning bestiality and murder. He replied that he didn’t think it was necessary to make that equation “but I think it’s effective,” adding that legislative body can ban what they believe to be immoral.
He’s been traveling the country promoting his new book and, as the Supreme Court takes on California’s Prop 8 and and the matter of DOMA, it appears he sees there’s more to talk about than literature.
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