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11/01/2010

Hey Iowa: Smash pumpkins, not judicial fairness

by Jeremy Hooper

Over the weekend, the so-called Iowa For Freedom coalition posted this subliminal message regarding the state's upcoming judicial retention vote:

Pumpkins
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Fortunately, those who don't think judges and the independent judiciary in general should be subjected to a vindictive vote based solely on (largely faith-motivated) hostility for same-sex marriage know that it's the day after Halloween that historically determines a pumpkin's ultimate fate:

Smashed

Use your gourds, Iowa citizens: Vote fairly.

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*SEE ALSO: Our complete Iowa For Freedom Archive

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