Essentially, his take mirrored what I heard in civics class in high school during the 1960s.
With high earnestness the history teacher informed us that once confirmed to that august body, the human being is ennobled.
Non-objectivity is purged from his being (back then it was still a he).
And therefore we could feel safe that in America all the rulings would represent the best thinking in the U.S. legal system.
We in the class were college-bound. We knew we better put that as an answer in the exam about how American government worked.
If you want to know exactly that Roberts said yesterday, here is Kathryn Rubino's coverage in Abovethelaw.com.
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