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04/03/2009

Judicial Republicanism

by Jeremy Hooper

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FYI.: The justice who wrote the Iowa opinion, Mark S. Cady, was appointed by former Gov. Terry Branstad -- a conservative Republican. The chief justice of the court, Marsha Ternus, was also a Branstad appointee.

Adjust your "judicial activism" claims accordingly, Team Anti-Gay®.

**Andrew Sullivan has more on this point.

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True convervatism: keep the state out of people's private lies.

Posted by: RainbowPhoenix | Apr 3, 2009 4:12:52 PM

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