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03/06/2009

Video: MSNBC's 9er takes on LGBT's 8

by Jeremy Hooper

Prop 8 argued in court [MSNBC]

*Rachel was also on "The View" yesterday:

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When I saw Herrera on Maddow last night, I got the distinct impression that he stopped just short of suggesting that if we lose on state constitutional grounds, that his next step would be to file an appeal on federal equal protection grounds. If that were to happen, then in three or four years we could be before the SCOTUS. Hopefully, if it comes to that, one (or more) of the more asshole-ish of them will have retired and been replaced by a moderate.

Posted by: Dick Mills | Mar 6, 2009 12:20:46 PM

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