QOTD: Mark Steyn on Judges

In my cultural tradition, a judge is just a bloke in a wig. He may be a smart bloke in a wig, or he may be an idiot in a wig. But the wig itself is not dispositive. As the English barrister F E Smith is said to have responded when a judge asked if he was trying to show contempt for this court, “No, my Lord. I am attempting to conceal it.”

—Mark Steyn

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