Well, at least it's over
The most depressing Supreme Court term in recent memory, that is.
I can't say I'm disappointed with the Ten Commandments decision, although you've got to admire the chutzpah of a court that bans courhouse displays of the Ten Commandments from within a courthouse that displays the Ten Commandments. Oh well, no one ever accused them of lacking chutzpah, and I guess I should be content for any victory I get from this dismal court.
The Grokster case was depressing for me, however. I really didn't expect to win this one, but the fact that it was unanimous doesn't offer me much of anything in the way of consolation. The thing is, I had expected the Grokster case to be the most disappointing ruling on the docket. Needless to say, I didn't see Kelo coming down the pike. I guess file sharing sort of pales, doesn't it.
God, please do something about this honorable court.