Thursday, June 30, 2005

Consuming the Next Generation

Yeah, it's a blatant rip off of Wonkette. Sue me.

In Van Orden v. Perry, Chief Justice Rehnquist wrote of the Court's First Amendment jurisprudence that "our cases, Januslike, point in two directions in applying the Establishment Clause." Going off that, Eugene Volokh wonders what other deities could be used in the same "Our cases, ___-like..." form.

He's opened up comments, but my contribution would be in such bad taste that I don't think it would stay there. But here it goes--if I were a lot more crass and a lot more pro-life, I'd say something like this:
Our cases, Cthulhu-like, have slaughtered innumerable unborn children.

But no, I would never say anything like that. Not a chance.

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