Love this from Schuette.
Moving from the appalling to the absurd, I turn now to the second part of the Hunter-Seattle analysis—which is apparently no more administrable than the first, compare post, at 4–6 (BREYER, J., concurring in judgment) (“This case . . . does not involve a reordering of the political process”), with post, at 25–29 (SOTOMAYOR, J., dissenting) (yes, it does).