Monday, June 30, 2003

VIEWLESS JUDGES Andrew Sullivan argues that judges who have strong opinions on issues of public importance should not be judges. While his argument is about what he perceives as Justice Scalia's anti-homosexuality attitude, I wonder if Sullivan's formulation of what makes a good judge would have kept desegregationist judges from the Court? It seems ridiculous to demand that judges be both intelligent and intellectual, yet not have considered positions on the major issues of the day. We don't want our Justices to have the same qualifications as we've been getting in our juries.


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