SUPREME Court Justice Clarence Thomas' memoir "My Grandfather's Son" is doing well everyplace but in the Supreme Court. With the utmost respect, the Supremes are supreme. Yes, the president of the United States of America is commander in chief of the Army, so there's always ammunition to protect his back but - theoretically - if the Supremes gave the Prez an order he - theoretically - has to obey. They are supreme, thus entitled to all the pomp and perks and poop. However, there exist eyewitnesses and earwitnesses to stuff some of them have been known to demand.
One of the things they are known to not like is for one of them to rise above the others of them. So, thrilled they're not with the success of Associate Justice Clarence Thomas' autobio. They've sniffed about a precedent that behooves sitting justices to not capitalize whilst on the bench. Phrases swatted about are "unseemly" and "breach of decorum." Besides unraveling his life story, he has also delved into the ways and hows of the Court. They feel it "irresponsible" for a sitting Supreme Court Justice to write about The Process.
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