"But the greatest sin of the Supreme Court is in its refusal to admit it made a mistake if it does make one. Is it out of pride or out of fear that it would lose credibility if it admitted committing an error?"
"In this sense, the Court acts like a dictator. It can overturn decisions of the President and Congress, but the latter two cannot overturn the Court’s decisions. If it says black is white or that a line is straight even if it is crooked, they stay white and crooked in the record books. The boy who said truthfully that the emperor had no clothes would have been clamped in jail for contempt if there had been a Supreme Court in his time."
Oh, he's not talking about our Supreme Court? Oops.