Alito flexes on the Establishment Clause

Ha ha ha! So funny.

It's hard to believe, but a sitting justice on the U.S. Supreme Court spoke at a "religious liberty conference" in Rome, sponsored by the University of Notre Dame. And as told by the BBC, Samuel Alito mocked world leaders who criticized his opinion in the abortion case. In addition to tossing out a joke or two to keep the crowd jolly, he did some preaching on his favorite topic.

Referring to religious liberty, he said it was "under attack in many places because it is dangerous to those who want to hold complete power".

Justice Alito should not be making this kind of speech. He has done enough of God's work for one century. He should be spending the summer hanging at the Jersey Shore, enjoying snow cones and hoping no one recognizes him.

I see the Pope's in the mood to apologize lately. Maybe he should apologize for the U.S. Supreme Court.