Quote of the Day

Courtesy of the American Family Association, on how we’d BETTER NOT have a homosexual Supreme Court nominee:

If we elevate an open homosexual to the Supreme Court, we will be elevating someone who freely admits that he (generic use) engages routinely in behavior that was still a felony in every state in the Union as recently as 1962 and a felony in the other 49 states until 1972. Sodomy is still a felony in the criminal code of about a dozen states. The Lawrence decision of 2003, an egregious act of judicial activism, prohibited enforcement of these laws, but the fact remains that 25% of the states in the Union still regard it as criminal behavior. We simply should not elevate to the highest court in the land people who are known for engaging in sexually abnormal behavior which would technically make them felons in a quarter of the states over which they will have jurisdiction. …You just can’t have a referee – or a judge – who has a built-in bias towards one team or the other. A homosexual judge cannot help but give the home-field advantage to every legal team appearing before him who represents homosexual causes. It will be impossible for the visiting team, the team representing sexual normalcy and natural marriage, to get a fair shake in his courtroom.

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One Response to Quote of the Day

  1. cindylu says:

    Wow. I mean, straight judges, male judges, white judges (whatever) don’t have that problem at all. They never advantage one “team” over the other. [/snark]

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