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07/18/2014

W. Bush appointee tipped 10th circuit to equality; Tony Perkins blames 'the left' anyway

by Jeremy Hooper

Of the two 10th Circuit judges who just decided against Oklahoma's discriminatory marriage amendment, one was a Clinton appointee (Lucero) and one was a W. Bush appointee (Holmes). But whatevs. Exceedingly anti-gay activist Tony Perkins will just go ahead an blame "the left" anyway:

"The Left has long believed packing the federal courts with liberal jurists is the means of fulfilling a radical social agenda, as the American people refuse to endorse that agenda at the polls or through their elected representatives. However, by such a radical departure from natural law and human history, these activist judges are undermining the legitimacy of the courts in the eyes of a majority of Americans. These judges may want to take America over the cultural cliff, but don't be surprised when more and more Americans refuse to follow," concluded Perkins. [via FRC press release]

It's getting harder and harder to find an easy scapegoat, eh T-Dog?

Don't worry. You'll always have the devil.

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