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07/02/2012

Who will admit SCOTUS' pro-equality inevitability? George Will.

by Jeremy Hooper

Progressives aren't the only ones who think that the Supreme Court will grant equal marriage access to same-sex couples. A longtime GOP thought leader has come out and said the same:

Conservative commentator George Will predicts that if the Supreme Court must decide on the legality of same-sex marriage, then it will side with equality.
George Will Predicts Win for Marriage Equality in Supreme Court [Advocate]

Like most people, Will thinks it will come down to Anthony Kennedy. Although frankly, I'm hoping for a shocking Scalia, Thomas turnabout that will make last week's Justice Roberts' surprise look like a partisan peep in comparison.

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