Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says the constitution means exactly what the framers meant it to mean.  The framers were so narrow-minded that the didn’t allow for any change in society’s mores.

"Does it include same-sex marriage? A requirement for equal pay for equal work?'' he mused. Scalia said those who believe in an "evolutionary'' approach "close your eyes and decide what you think is a good idea.''

Using his "originalist'' philosophy, Scalia said he likely would have dissented from the historic 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision that declared school segregation illegal and struck down the system of "separate but equal'' public schools. He said that decision, which overturned earlier precedent, was designed to provide an approach the majority liked better.

(Thanks to Politico for the link.)

UPDATE:  Looks like the newspaper may have been incorrect in quoting Scalia.