If you think that's bad, you should check out Miers' writing. *shudder* http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1503766/posts
Yeah, consider this: the court tries to spread the task of writing opinions around. Senior-most justice on winning side assigns the task. Court will deliver written opinions in roughly 170 cases per year. So we'll get about 18 written opinions from her a year, for what, 10 years? Wonder how many of those will end up in law school texts?