Justice Scalia's hypocrisy is astounding. This time he only needed one measly sentence to (once again) make a mockery of his own SCOTUSitude. So much for judicial wisdom and sound judgment.
As usual, Scalia had the most fiery dissent. He slammed the majority for "invalidating this democratically adopted legislation," referring to the Defense of Marriage Act. "That is jaw dropping. It is an assertion of judicial supremacy over the people's representatives in Congress and the Executive," he said, a day after he had joined a 5-4 majority to strike down a key part of the Voting Rights Act.
Does he have no self-awareness? None? At all?