Because most philosophies that frown on reproduction don't survive.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Futher Roberts Questioning

Kathy of Gathering Goat Eggs provides answers to the tough questions that NYTimes columnist John Tierney suggested asking Roberts. Prize selections follow, but do read the whole thing:

Suppose you'd been in Solomon's place when he proposed cutting the baby in two. And suppose neither woman objected. Would you have cut the baby? Flipped a coin? Or opted for foster care?

None of the above. That kind of stuff is what you have clerks for.

You've said you're a devotee of P. G. Wodehouse. Of the current justices, who is most like Jeeves?

Clarence Thomas.

Who's most like Bertie Wooster?

All the rest of them. Except Scalia, he's Aunt Agatha.

After Justice Souter's opinion in the Kelo case endorsed the use of eminent domain to seize peoples' homes for a higher "public use," a group proposed that the town of Weare in New Hampshire increase its tax revenue by taking Justice Souter's property there so that a developer could build a resort called the Lost Liberty Hotel. Would your family ever vacation there?

Heck, we'd consider a time share.

What goes on four legs in the morning, two legs at noon and three legs in the evening?

Bill Clinton.

Does President Bush have a nickname for you yet?



I cannot say more than I have already said.


Ginsburg put me up to that.

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