I think he is referring to this: Justice Scalia: Kagan's lack of judicial experience no bar to Supreme Court
Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan's lack of judicial experience got a high-profile defense Wednesday night from a prospective colleague: Justice Antonin Scalia.
Scalia said the court would benefit from having someone who has not been a judge.
"Currently, there is nobody on the court who has not served as a judge -- indeed, as a federal judge -- all nine of us," he told an audience at the Ceremonial Courtroom at the U.S. Courthouse in Washington. " . . . I am happy to see that this latest nominee is not a federal judge -- and not a judge at all."
That's ok. It doesn't matter if he came out and said she was the smartest woman in the world, it still doesn't mean that he doesn't also think that her particular philosophy judicially would be a danger to this country's constitution.
See, hazelnut tried as he always does, to make a disingenuous point to stamp down any opposition, and also as usual the quotes he is using, which are never provided right off I might add, are never quite what was actually said.
This is why often I don't even respond.