Chief Justice Roberts Writes About Ginger Discrimination

June 25th, 2013

Somewhere a South Park writer is laughing:

The dissent also turns to the record to argue that, in light of voting discrimination in Shelby County, the county cannot complain about the provisions that subject it to preclearance. Post, at 23–30. But that is like saying that a driver pulled over pursuant to a policy of stopping all redheads cannot complain about that policy, if it turns out his license has expired. Shelby County’s claim is that the coverage formula here is unconstitutional in all its applications, because of how it selects the jurisdictions subjected to preclearance. The county was selected based on that formula, and may challenge it in court.

Update: I am the #1 hit on Google for “Ginger Discrimination Supreme Court.” I win (something)!