He's a reliably conserbvative judge appointed by President George Bush, but this opinion is perfectly consonant with a the liberal view of the separation of powers, i.e. judicial supremacy, that has prevailed since Brandeis and the FDR appointed hacks on the Supreme Court and the liberal establishment in legal education decided to twist Marbury v. Madison into their means for acheiving socialism in America. People crave power. In this man's case, it is possible his lust for power trumped his ideology.
Yeah. Right. And revisionism takes another prisoner.