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08/04/2010

Audio: Maggie's defiant, wants to turn SCOTUS into 'American Idol'

by Jeremy Hooper

MaggieMaggie Gallagher continues her outrageous hope for the U.S. Supreme Court to base their opinions on whatever anti-equality election returns she and her supporters can rally up in the coming months. As if civil rights are akin to a high school popularity contest or something:

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*AUDIO SOURCE: Maggie on Lars Larson Show: “An outrageous exercise in judicial tyranny” [NOM]

Right, Maggie. It's your hostility towards a minority population's civil rights that's going to pass historical muster for the first time in American civic life. Uh huh.

Now if you'll excuse me, my legally-wedded, equally-penised husband is making dinner. Peace out. Or actually, I guess today: Peace in!

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*RELATED: Judge Walker's glorious Prop 8 decision

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