President Bush delivered the State of the Union address last night. There were lots of times throughout the speech when everyone in the audience stood and clapped. Well, everyone except the Supreme Court justices. Since they are supposed to be impartial observers, they don't clap at all, as that might show bias. In general, this is a good policy. But, when the President says, "America opposes genocide in Sudan" and the justices are the only people not clapping, it makes them look bad.