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06/26/2013

Anti-equality lawyer: 'Today is the death of the Court's legacy'

by Jeremy Hooper

Mat Staver would presumably like to argue again before the U.S. Supreme Court. But when he does, he will be arguing before a dead body, apparently:

Today, the United States Supreme Court has lost its legitimacy as an arbiter of the Constitution and the rule of law. Today is the death of the Court’s legacy, because the decision in the Federal Defense of Marriage Act case defies logic and is a pure invention of a handful of Justices.”

Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver

Oh please, Mat. You're relatively young and this court is very conservative. Hold off on the "death" claims—it's going to get so much worse for your pro-discrimination movement.

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