The Attorney General of Massachusetts says she isn’t ashamed of her poor performance in front of the Supreme Court because her advocacy against the 6th Amendment “speaks to the fact I am willing to tackle those issues and advocate for what I think is important.”
It’s one thing to lose an argument; it’s another to make an argument that should never have been made. Bizarre that we have Scalia to thank for the majority opinion upholding the 6th amendment.
What Coakley thinks is important is scary.
Read the October 23 Globe article for a full report.