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Maggie Gallagher: Pro-Gay Ruling from SCOTUS Would 'Take Away Something Very Precious' from Americans - VIDEO

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NOM's Maggie Gallagher, who was also seen wandering through the pro-equality rally today, appeared on FOX News today to give her take on the Supreme Court and Proposition 8, facing off against former Clinton aide Richard Socarides, Equality Matters reports.

Said Gallagher:

"For the Supreme Court to brand this view as irrational bigotry akin to racial discrimination would not end the culture wars, it would entrench them, and it would take away something very precious, which is the right of seven million Californians to use the democratic process to make our case to the American people. And so, I certainly think trying that to persuade the American people that the Constitution drafted by our Founding Fathers in 1789 has always required gay marriage is a long stretch and I’m hopeful that the Supreme Court will uphold Prop 8."

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  1. She's diabetic (she said so when I went to her talk here in Tucson). She should take some of her blood money and hire a trainer and a dietician. She is so unhappy and eating herself to death.

    I get the feeling she is deeply unhappy with every aspect of her life. And now she is seeing all of her work flushed down the toilet. I'm sure that just adds to her misery.

    Posted by: homer | Mar 26, 2013 10:20:43 PM


  2. Every time I see her she is fatter and uglier...to the point where it looks as if she'll soon be swallowed whole by one of her own chins...the suction vortex mighty enough to drag cars off the street. Oh, the humanity!

    Posted by: Geoff | Mar 26, 2013 10:35:10 PM


  3. Let Scalia follow his strict construction to its logical conclusion; California was unheard of/terra incognita to the Founding Fathers and the writers of the Constitution, so any amendment or Initiative is clearly outside the scope of the Constitution.

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Mar 26, 2013 10:41:44 PM


  4. if her older son is gay how does explain his mothers hatred to his friends or even his boyfriend if he has one. How do explain that your mother thinks you are the dirt under her feet. How do listen to what she says and what is said about her and not react.

    Posted by: walter | Mar 26, 2013 10:59:41 PM


  5. Basically, all I'm hearing from these conservative folk is "Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine!"

    They're like the seagulls in Finding Nemo.

    Posted by: Bravo | Mar 26, 2013 11:28:56 PM


  6. I don't understand why she and other conservatives keep refering to the special purpose of marriage. So many married, heterosexual couples fight, divorce, abuse each other...and children are born out of wedlock, or older couples can't have children. I don't think that marriage is as "pure" as they want it to be.

    Posted by: MuscleModelBlog.com | Mar 26, 2013 11:42:06 PM


  7. Seriously, she finally gets professional hair and makeup and then it turns out she's got an enemy in the hair and makeup department. Notice the sans souci way in which it repeatedly shakes its bangs.

    Posted by: MarkSquared | Mar 27, 2013 12:33:34 AM


  8. If heterosexual marriage is such a sacred ceremony then why on earth do so many heterosexual couples divorce? 3 out of 4 marriages entered into in just the State of California end in divorce. California needs a law to ban divorce. If you want to get married in the State of California then you are married for life and as far as California is concerned, your first marriage is the only marriage that will ever be recognized and you can't marry again.

    Posted by: Mike | Mar 27, 2013 12:40:24 AM


  9. did she literally just say we need to put ourselves in the minds of men from 1789?

    Posted by: Little Kiwi | Mar 27, 2013 12:46:48 AM


  10. I love it when conservatives invoke the constitution issue mainly becauseif the constitution is so holy why did you all want to amend the constitution to prohibit same sex marriage?

    Posted by: tiko | Mar 27, 2013 1:37:10 AM


  11. Will someone ever take away the doughnuts from Maggie Gallagher? What a fat cow.

    Posted by: NoticesThings | Mar 27, 2013 1:55:20 AM


  12. Civil rights should NEVER be up for a popular vote, c*nt! Pray we never vote to exterminate fat people.

    Posted by: SoLeftImRight | Mar 27, 2013 4:42:25 AM


  13. Had Prop 8 passed without outside financial support and direction fro the pulpit from the LDS and the Catholic churches, I might agree the "people had spoken" but the undo influence of both of those organizations (I specifically use that word) nullified the "people have spoken" defense. Additionally, I don't believe that civil rights are for the public to vote on, that's the bailiwick of the Supreme Court, without the rulings of the Court, segregation would still be in place in the south and inter racial marriage would still be against the law.

    Posted by: lk | Mar 27, 2013 4:45:15 AM


  14. Notice how she now says "roughly half" support traditional marriage instead of her usual "vast majority". She gets it...

    Posted by: Darrell | Mar 27, 2013 5:59:54 AM


  15. Who would ever have sex with that thing? She makes Miss Piggy look like Marilyn Monroe.

    Posted by: Jack M | Mar 27, 2013 7:47:37 AM


  16. "She is more Krispy Kreme than woman now... twisted and evil."

    Posted by: Rich F. | Mar 27, 2013 8:42:17 AM


  17. The smug serenity of false superiority?

    Posted by: BobN | Mar 27, 2013 1:24:07 PM


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