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It’s to Laugh



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Here’s a serious contender for most disingenuous sentence published today, from a New York Times editorial about the nomination of John Roberts to be chief justice: “Like the president, this page worries about activist judges who might use the Constitution as a cloak for their desires to remake society in the mold of their own political preferences.”

Who are these guys and what have they done with the editors of the Times?



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