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03/21/2013

Bryan Fischer wants Obama's 'dark minions' disbarred over DOMA

by Jeremy Hooper

He's got a way with words, this one:

Bryan-Fischer-Vvsummit2009"[S]o eager are Obama and his dark minions at the DOJ to drive a stake through the heart of natural marriage that they are making an eye watering attempt to get DOMA before the Supreme Court in the hopes that SCOTUS will drive the final nail in the coffin of man-woman marriage. They are trying to elbow out the House attorneys - who do have the right to appeal to SCOTUS since the lower court ruling went against them - and file an appeal themselves even though they got everything they wanted at the lower court.

This is freakish at best and scandalously reprehensible at worst. Disbarment of the whole lot is not too much to ask, for betraying every judicial canon known to man and for violating the sacred oath they took to uphold the Constitution and see that the laws of the land be faithfully executed.

That stench you smell wafting off the Potomac is coming from the vaporous, sulphuric bowels of Obama’s DOJ, whose lawyers are betrayers of justice and all that is holy in judicial ethics.
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The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer

Actually, the judicial canon is quite okay with us not defending unconstitutional laws. Encouraging of it, even.

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