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No comparison to our Founders: Justice Scalia slams Congress

FILE - In this April 7, 2008 file photo, Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia speaks the Roger Williams University law school in Bristol, R.I. To the casual observer, Justice Scalia seems an old-fashioned sort who is devoted to the Constitution's original meaning, prefers the Roman Catholic Mass in Latin and opposes TV cameras in the Supreme Court. But the 74-year-old Scalia wants it known that he owns an iPod and an iPad and does so much work on his computer that he "can hardly write in longhand anymore." (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)

As Buzzfeed's Zeke Miller notes, there's nothing quite like a little inter-government rivalry:

In the same interview taped for CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight," the Associate Justice also quelled rumors that he and the other conservative justices have had a "falling out" with Chief Justice John Roberts after he defected in support of upholding ObamaCare:

"No, I haven't had a falling out with Justice Roberts," Scalia said.

"Loud words exchanged, slamming of doors?" prompted Morgan.

"No, no, nothing like that," Scalia said.

Much more view from the interview after the jump...

On Bush v. Gore:

On Roe v. Wade:

On Citizens United:

On judicial critics:

On hunting with Dick Cheney:

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