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  1. JONES says

    This is where we should be immensely grateful that Judge Walker was so very careful in the assessment and completeness of not only the trial but his ruling as well.

    Wherever you are Judge Vaughn Walker, thank you again.

  2. TomTallis says

    At the close of business today, the Ninth Circuit said they hadn’t received a motion from Harris to expedite lifting the stay.

  3. woody says

    Obama wants her on the Supreme Court, but press conferences like this are going to make it hard for her to get senate approval.

  4. Rexford says

    Thank god she won the last CA Attorney General race. As I recall, her victory was by less than 1%. We’d be guaranteed yet more delay if Steve Cooley had been elected.

  5. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTONSTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    FOR NEGROES, THE CHURCH IS THE CORNERSTONE OF THEIR LIVES. IN THE NEGRO COMMUNITY, A WEDDING CEREMONY IS A FAMILY/CHURCH-COMMUNITY EVENT. SO, GOING TO THE COURTHOUSE TO GET MARRIED WILL NOT BE PSYCHOLOGICALLY SUFFICIENT FOR NEGRO HOMOSEXUALS – WHO WILL WANT APPROVAL FROM THE CHURCH AND AN AFFIRMATION THEIR “deed” WAS “godly.” BUT, NO CIGAR.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  6. Rexford says

    @TomTallis – I’m no lawyer, but Harris submitted a petition to the circuit court to have the stay lifted back in 2011. The court’s reply back then was that they were not going to lift it “at this time.” So maybe that petition is still valid, and a new one is not needed?