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The Sound of Inevitability

David1454 Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 3:58 PM
Does anyon besides me find it perverse that the Democrat "leaders," including our Beloved President, are seeking to overturn this LAW by judicial action? It is a LAW! The proper way to get rid of it is to go through the legal, legislative process and have the law repealed. It happens. But these scumbags lack the courage to introduce a law and actually stand up and VOTE ON IT. No, they want to get rid of it without having their votes counted. What a bunch of cowardly, disingenuous jerks. And of course the Fourth Estate goes right along, pretending that it is perfectly proper to seek repeal of a law in court, rather in the branch of government where it originated..
FlamingLiberalMultiCulturalist Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 10:08 PM
"The proper way to get rid of it..."

There are many 'proper' ways to get rid of a law, and one is to find it to be unconstitutional.
Andy544 Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 10:46 PM
yeah, sure, conveniently found 'un-consttutional' according to the current political soup du jour. A practice that was 'constitutional' for 234 years suddenly becomes 'un-constitutional' because the nation is apostasizing.
DagNabbit Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 11:32 PM
So you don't believe in Judicial review? Brown vs Board is OK w/you? You don't want the SC to revisit Roe?
ConcealedCarry Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 4:13 PM
EXACTLY! Bravo! Since 1963 Judges have been increasingly acting like tyrants - making law, creating "rights", and legislating from the bench. The federal judiciary, specifically, has been out of control for decades.

Given his track record on marital fidelity, former President Bill Clinton is not the person I would consult about "committed, loving relationships." Clinton used those words in a Washington Post op-ed last week, urging the Supreme Court to overturn the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which defines marriage as the legal union of one man and one woman, which he signed into law.

In his column, Clinton said that 1996 "was a very different time." No state recognized same-sex marriage and supporters of DOMA "believed that its passage 'would diffuse a movement to enact a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage,...