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10/04/2010

Iowans against the independent judiciary: 'We The People Will Provide Moral Authority'

by Jeremy Hooper


One version of "moral authority" vs. one unanimous court decision steeped in constitutional authority.

One flawed description of America's co-equal branches of government vs. one concrete actuality regarding the same.

One crew who's bastardizing the term "freedom" vs. One Iowa.

One group of self-appointed moral authoritarians vs. one vulnerable population sect.

One vote that could send a chill down the spine of fairness-loving Americans vs. one opportunity to stand up and stop the tyranny.

"Won nothing tangible at all!" vs. one opportunity to protect those who delivered the gay community a long overdue win.

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*SEE ALSO: Our complete Iowa For Freedom Archive

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