At the Confronting The Judicial War On Faith conference, Phyllis Schlafly says Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy has not met the "good behavior" requirement for office and his opinion against capital punishment for minors "is a good ground of impeachment." But another speaker, "Dr." Edwin Vieira, an "eminent and premiere expert," knows better than to depend on supine lawmakers and calls for the kind of final solution only a Man of Steel can provide. The "bottom line," says Vieira, is that Uncle Joe knew best: "He had a slogan, and it worked very well for him, whenever he ran into difficulty: 'No man, no problem.'"
Vieira said, "Here again I draw on the wisdom of Stalin. We're talking about the greatest political figure of the 20th century… He had a slogan, and it worked very well for him whenever he ran into difficulty. 'No man, no problem.'"
The audience laughed, and Vieira repeated it. "'No man, no problem.' This is not a structural problem we have. This is a problem of personnel."
Is this incitment to murder of a federal official? Here's somebody who wants Vieira investigated. The Post and Salon both stop short of that characterization, but it's hard to imagine anybody who reads the papers these days not understanding what a comment like this means with reference to a judge.