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03/02/2010

79 pages of needless hostility

by Jeremy Hooper

You've surely already heard by now about the D.C. marriage equality foes' decision to file an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court, in hopes of stopping Wednesday's issuance of marriage licenses. But for those of you who like your attempts to screw equality to come in thick and legalese-laden packages, we can now bring you the full SCOTUS filing. Enjoy the waste of time and trees:


SCOTUS filing -- DC marriage foes

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Someone explain to me, now, precisely WHY these folks believe that they have an absolute and unquestionable right to vote on every issue, or every citizen that they like? Moreover, why aren't they owning up to the FACT that it's based in religious prejudice, instead of what civil law mandates?!

Posted by: Wade MacMorrighan | Mar 2, 2010 2:49:58 PM

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