Thursday, December 22

C, eh? N, eh? D , eh?

"Consensual conduct behind code-locked doors can hardly be supposed to jeopardize a society as vigorous and tolerant as Canadian society," said the opinion of the seven-to-two majority, written by Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin.

Unless, of course, those doors lead into the Canadian Supreme Court chambers, and that "consensual conduct" is the writing of majority court opinions. That particular act actually seems to jeopardize society pretty acutely.

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