He forgot about the 9th amendment entirely.<quoted text>Slowly walk back to the table and tell them they forgot to give you a brain, and ask them if you can have one.
Please, coherently tell us, what part of what Scalia said was not constitutional law.
Scalia is one of those morons the founders were worried about when they resisted putting the Bill of Rights into the constitution. They knew if they started listing some specific rights, sooner or later some idiot would claim other rights don't exist because they're not in the text of the consitution.
Scalia is obviously one of those idiots they worried about.
The 9th amendment:
"The enumeration in the constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people."
That would include things like the right to vote, the right to marry, the right to privacy, etc, etc, etc.