a) graduated 640th in a West Point class of 800.This final clue may give it away:
b) was nicknamed "Captain America" during his stint in Vietnam.
c) can thank a trial of two male strippers for catapaulting him into the public's eye.
d) moved to Australia in the 1980s and worked for several months as a cowboy at a 42,000-acre ranch.
e) won election to the supreme court in his state by defeating Harold See, whose chief campaign adviser was Karl Rove.In this month's Atlantic Monthly, staff writer Joshua Green's follows Roy Moore and "the rock" on a nationwide tour. It's an interesting, surreal article -- an almost superfluous description for an article about the "Ten Commandments" judge.