How about this? Which Supreme Court Justice would you like to have over for dinner?
Kennedy, because he's the swing vote?
Roberts, because he's the Chief with the most power over the future direction of the court?
Scalia or Thomas, just to give them a piece of your mind, or worse?
Ginsburg, because of her staunch liberal record and her volunteer service to the ACLU?
Breyer, for his pragmatic approach to everything?
Alito, to ask him how he likes beign compared to Scalia all the time?
Sotomayor, for her inspiring life story?
Or, as I would do, Kagan, out of intellectual curiosity, to get the take of the former Harvard Law School dean's take on where constitutional jurisprudence will go over the next few decades? Are we re-ligitating the old battles (like, Roe v. Wade, or Bolling, or, as some drunk right-wingers suggest, Marbury), or are we going to break new ground?