March 10, 2008
"I'm just saying what I've already said, I'm like, 'C'mon, guys, give me a hand here!... How can I help you? What are you concerned about?"
Justice Scalia recalls the time back in the 70s when he argued a case before the Supreme Court and there were, like, 2 questions. He wanted to answer justices questions and instead of having to repeat the argument in the briefs. Or so he says now, when he has a motive to justify his incessant question asking.