I don't think that Scalia is biased. I think Scalia believes that the Constitution guarantees an equal playing field, but not an equal place at the starting line. He also seems unwilling or unable to recognize that it's easy to win the hundred yard dash if you start the race at the 95th yard. The sock puppetry side of him aside, I think that's what defines his jurisprudence--and frankly, I think the sock puppet aspect gets in the way (although, to be fair, Scalia does write well-argued decisions). There are cogent arguments to be made for the idea of the Constitution that he has. I don't agree with them, but the perspective is certainly arguable.
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