During an interview set to air on this Sunday's 60 Minutes, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said that people need to get over the court's 5-4 de
April 23, 2008

During an interview set to air on this Sunday's 60 Minutes, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said that people need to get over the court's 5-4 decision to select George Bush over Al Gore in the 2000 presidential election:

Scalia repeated his earlier statement that people should "get over" the court's ruling in 2000 that halted Florida's vote recount, giving the presidential election to Republican Bush over Democrat Al Gore.

"I say nonsense," Scalia said, when asked about critics who say the 5-4 ruling was based on politics and not justice. "Get over it. It's so old by now." Read on...

This is an insult to America and the planet. The death and destruction that George Bush and his regime have unleashed since his selection will take decades, perhaps generations to repair and Scalia has the nerve to say something like this? Our Constitution is being shredded, our military is broken and bogged down in two failing military conflicts that have left hundreds of thousands dead, our economy is in the tank with more Americans on food stamps and lacking health insurance than at any time in modern history, and we're supposed to get over it? No, Justice Scalia, we will not get over it -- at least not any time soon.

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