America's most esteemed jurist, Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, is not giving up his fight to save Alabama from the hordes of gays currently destroying the state by having equal marriage rights. Even though a terrible federal judge named Callie V.S. Granade (sounds like GRENADE because she
I'm holding out for gluten free law...
Is it wrong to think that the sooner "Judge" Roy gets to go talk to god, the better...?
He could try flea market security.
But the passages on communal property are pretty scary, at least to the Christianists who pretend never to have heard of them.
"I could recuse or dissent, as a justice from Delaware did in the Dred Scott case in 1857."
Yes, two justices did dissent from Dred Scott. (Neither of them was from Delaware.) They could do that because they were *on the Supreme Court*, which you're not, Roy, so no, you can't "dissent." And guess what? Many Supreme Court rulings these days have as many as *four* justices dissenting, and if you ask them, they'll tell you that doesn't mean the ruling doesn't count (though Scalia would probably get a dreamy look in his eyes for a bit in response to the question.)
You're going to keep doing this, aren't you?
God will personally hear your appeal now. Please jump off the tallest building at your locale. Thank you.
Well, I had breakfast with God this morning. He heard there was a kook who wanted to file his briefs with Him. He told me He doesn't need any more briefs.....he bought a bunch at Target....I picked up the tab....
If our laws are God-given, why are only three of the Ten Commandments actual crimes in our justice system? And, keeping in mind that the Biblical punishment for disobeying God was almost always death, which of the other seven would Judge Moore propose making capital crimes? How about Number Four? That'll teach you to shop and watch football on Sunday!
c'mon now . . . you know he'll be guarding the back door.
except, maybe, mineral supplements?
[ . . . or do we now have organic, free-range zinc?]
it's a branding thing . . . if only they hadn't called it 'Sharia'
[messaging, people . . . we need to do it better!!!!!]
lucky you . . . my old man always asked "what did your mother say" . . . and there haven't been enough gods made to shield you from his wrath if you lied.
. . . and no MSG!!!!!
Alabama's big mistake was letting judges "waive in" from Mississippi.