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11/03/2010

Audio: Congratulations, Iowa: You stopped incest!

by Jeremy Hooper

Steve-KingCongressman Steve King simply had to help remove the three Iowa Supreme Court justices that were up for retention. After all, the "lawless" jurists unfairly denied the legislature (even though there was nothing unfair nor denying). Oh, and the judges were just a hop-skip-and-logic-leap away from allowing a dad to marry his son:


*AUDIO SOURCE: Rep. Steve King (R-IA) [Concerned Women For America]

Somewhere in the Hawkeye State, three learned legal scholars just completely gave up and went back to bed.

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*SEE ALSO: Our complete Iowa For Freedom Archive

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