Apparently Chief Justice Roy Moore and his 'Bama Supreme Court judge pals, all of whom are clear examples of why judges should not be elected, and all of whom should be fired, would prefer that the United States Supreme Court have to stick its foot ALL THE WAY up their asses on the marriage issue, none of this "just the tip" stuff anymore, that's not at all what they like. Why? The Alabama Supremes decided Tuesday night to issue a writ of
They don't lose, the other side is STILL wrong. Something in the water?
Where's William Tecumseh Sherman when you need him?
Wow, can we jail the seven who voted with him for supporting that terror group the CSA?
Perry v. Hollingsworth's rationale doesn't apply because it was errr...federal, and also from those Cali-Fornicators!
Even Needful Things is shaking its head: its hammocks and stuff are the same offerings as the Duggar pussy contretemps.
FWIW, Sherman didn't really go through Alabama. You can get from Atlanta to Savannah without having to swing through Tuscaloosa, thank Jebus.
To paraphrase Farragut, upon his arrival at Mobile a few years ago: "Damn the torpedoes (Alabama), full speed ahead (into the 21st century.)"
And ultimately they only defer to SCOTUS because it's backed by a standing army.
National Guard, please. Really.
"…bloody debate…". Yes, but check out some of the confederate websites for whom the Civil War never ended. I ran across these doing research for a project and some of the sites (very sophisticated graphics—not unlike ISIS) gave me the vapors, I'll tell you what!
March to the Sea 2.0
Pass the popcorn. If there's one thing the Supremes Do. Not. Like, it's state courts dissing their federal Authauritayh (<--Foghorn Leghorn voice). Even those Brethern who get all damp and sweaty whenever someone mentions States Rights draw the line at states trying to supahsede the Cawt's jurisdicshun (<--Foghorn Leghorn voice).
Fine with me if it gets us there.
Alabama's Irony meter does seem to be defective, though, bless their hearts.
Yep, in 1789, when the Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation. The last time some state or other tried to suggest (1861-65) that the Articles of Confederation be reinstated, it did not go well.
Unfortunately, in the area below Mason and Dixon history has been replaced by something called "heritage."
The first time I saw slave quarters revamped as part of a B&B was in South Carolina. It turned my blood cold. Apparently, though, the commonest alternative is to tear down the slave housing entirely and pretend it never existed.
And the average IQ.