Alas, the Supreme Court skedded our indecency case on, wouldn't you know it, Election Day. Choosing between Voter Protection in Virginia and the Supremes, we chose Voter Protection and thus can't give our own eyewitness report on the oral argument. But John Eggerton of Broadcasting & Cable writes that, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Antonin Scalia raised some tough questions about whether the FCC had really changed its policy, and whether, in fact, it had sufficiently justified that policy. When Fox argued that society had become more tolerant of language in the 30 years since the Pacifica decision on broadcast profanities, Scalia asked whether the network might have had something to do with that. "Justice Ginsburg appeared to be squarely in our camp," said the representative. "Scalia, probably on the other side." Ginsburg said there was no "ryhme or reason" behind the FCC finding swearing in a documentary about the blues indecent, but not finding it indecent in WWII film Saving Private Ryan.