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09/19/2010

Video: Iowa For [Partisan Fervor Based on Personal Whims Rather than Constitutional Fairness]

by Jeremy Hooper

The seven justices of the Iowa Supreme Court, after years of education and training which provided the sort of legal expertise that qualified each member for his or her esteemed position on the state's high court, listened to arguments and then wrote a unanimous decision that removed gender discrimination from the state's marriage laws. But don't listen to them or actually see the reasoning of the ruling even if you personally don't like it. No, no -- instead, listen to the following six attendees at the state GOP's Ronald Reagan Dinner who the Sandra Day O'Connor-misrepresenting group "Iowa For Mob Rule" "Iowa For Freedom" found to speak out against the "run amok" "oligarchy" that is one of our three co-equal branches of government:



An independent judiciary controlled by citizens' partisan talking points? [::sigh::] Come back to us, civics -- all is forgiven!

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**Oh, and for a continuing glimpse into just how partisan and far-reaching this "Iowa For Freedom" group really is, check out this other Reagan Dinner void that they uploaded along with the above six clips. It has nothing to do with their one supposed cause, instead featuring far-right congressman Steve King talking all about "Obamacare":

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