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  1. Craig says

    “The question of constitutionality in this case has yet to be answered.”

    No, Mr. Attorney General, it was resoundingly answered in many federal court by wiser minds than yours, and if you bother reading the Supreme Court decision on DOMA, you’ll see that you’re going to loose no matter how much money you waste.

  2. Craig says

    “The question of constitutionality in this case has yet to be answered.”

    No, Mr. Attorney General, it was resoundingly answered in many federal court by wiser minds than yours, and if you bother reading the Supreme Court decision on DOMA, you’ll see that you’re going to loose no matter how much money you waste.

  3. Craig says

    “The question of constitutionality in this case has yet to be answered.”

    No, Mr. Attorney General, it was resoundingly answered in many federal court by wiser minds than yours, and if you bother reading the Supreme Court decision on DOMA, you’ll see that you’re going to loose no matter how much money you waste.

  4. jason MacBride says

    The attorneys general of California, Oregon and Pennsylvania correctly recognized that the proper role of their office was not to defend every invalid law to the death. In Utah they are just a little behind.

  5. steve talbert says

    The Utah law was deemed wrong by a judge (third and EQUAL) branch of government. The appeal is above and beyond duty and only being done if one thinks the law is constitutional,, which it is not.

    So he’s anti gay and stupid.

    The constitution doesn’t say everything has to wait until it reaches supreme court. They are only there because people don’t like lising, and its a system to give people a couple of chances.

    But the court has already decided. He just doesn’t accept their decision.

  6. FlexSF says

    How much money has Christian Inc. paid their elected Utah AG, Reyes? Why do they hide their contributions?

    I would like to see the nasty Christian bigot who ignored a federal court order forced to pay the maximum penalty under the law. He deserves to go to jail, and he deserves to pay the $1000 fine because he went above and beyond defending his state’s precious gay-hating marriage ban in court. He went out of his way to insure a legal adoption between a legally married same-sex couple would be unadopted. He is a nasty, corrupt member of the AmeriKan Christian industry.

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