We have no power to decide this case,” Scalia wrote. “And even if we did, we have no power under the Constitution to invalidate this democratically adopted legislation.
Scalia on Affirmative Action (law was extended by Congress in 2006 for 25 more years by a vote of 98-0 in the Senate and 390-33 in the House):
Whenever a society adopts racial entitlements, it is very difficult to get out of them through the normal political processes… It’s a concern that this is not the kind of a question you can leave to Congress…
And jkust for the heck of it, here’s somerthig else he wrote:
DOMA is motivated by ‘bare … desire to harm’ couples in same-sex marriages
Some Constitutional rigor there, eh?