“Stupid,” “weak-kneed,” “xenophobic,” “supine” and “racist.” These are just some of the words members of Congress have used to describe one another in recent weeks. And although nearly 70 percent  of Americans say that personal insults are “never fair game,” lawmakers continue to lob them at one another with increasing regularity in floor speeches, press releases and fiery tweets.
Now imagine a Supreme Court justice using similar insults to describe another justice.[Read the rest of the op-ed over at The Hill .]
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- “70 percent”: http://www.people-press.org/2018/04/26/8-the-tone-of-political-debate-compromise-with-political-opponents/
- “The Hill”: http://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/391187-congress-should-take-a-lesson-on-civility-from-the-supreme-court
- “Orhan Cam”: https://www.shutterstock.com/g/orhancam