We can no longer say "the structure of the King plaintiffs argument..." for it is not clear that there are any King vs. Burwell plaintiffs, or that if there are any King plaintiffs they agree with any of the arguments that the lawyers from Jones, Day are making on their behalf. This is a huge black eye for Jones, Day, and is certainly making everyone reconsider what they thought they knew about the quality of their work. But I digress...
Scott Lemieux warms up by observing:
- The fact that former Cato interns wanted no part of the troofer lawsuit;
- The title implying that Politico hacked into Cannon’s email, rather than the massively more likely possibility that the email was provided by one of the recipients, or *Cannon complaining about the Cato institute being described as ‘right-leaning.’
Before taking the stage for the main event: