When asked about plans to take up a marriage case, the Supreme Court justice became as coy and cute as he possibly could muster.
The Supreme Court's longest-serving justice told a crowd at Tufts University Thursday that he's 'waiting for the other shoe to drop' to reveal how he really feels about marriage equality.
'It's not up to the courts to invent new minorities that get special protections,' Scalia said before a crowd of more than 300 people Monday.
The infamously cantankerous senior-most justice on the Supreme Court offered his unfiltered opinion to a collection of lawyers in Aspen, Colo. this weekend.
Scalia told an audience of lawyers Friday that judges are in error when they find this and certain other rights in the Constitution.
Conservative Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia claims he has never publicly asserted his personal feelings on gay rights.