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  1. Boone68 says

    It’s not “anarchy” to decline to appeal a case you’re almost certain to lose. It’s called common sense and being a responsible steward of the taxpayer.

  2. shanestud says

    Perhaps these right wing GOP Governors who believe in state’s rights even if they are in conflict with the US Constitution are following the example of Alabama Governor George Wallace who proclaimed “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever” as he stood in the doorway at the University of Alabama to block the entry of two black students.

  3. Jeff says

    That,s the kind of stuff that used to get me fired up for days. Now, it’s just like, “Mary, can you see the wall? Can you see what’s written on it? No? Too effen bad. The rest of the world can.”

  4. Bob K says

    Utah is two thirds morholes.
    Its’ public officials are the puppets that satisfy the older mormon voters and elders

    And you have to understand that no morhole is ever wrong.

  5. james street james says

    I think what he is saying is that bigots are getting very angry about equal rights for everyone, and they are about to get their guns and go anarchist. They tried democracy and don’t like it.

  6. Joel says

    Back around 1953, when I was in high school, the Texas State Legislature passed a “law” that declared that anything that they passed superseded any Federal Law. Clearly unconstitutional, but after all, it was Texas.

  7. Joel says

    Back around 1953, when I was in high school, the Texas State Legislature passed a “law” that declared that anything that they passed superseded any Federal Law. Clearly unconstitutional, but after all, it was Texas.

  8. Joel says

    Back around 1953, when I was in high school, the Texas State Legislature passed a “law” that declared that anything that they passed superseded any Federal Law. Clearly unconstitutional, but after all, it was Texas.

  9. Joel says

    Back around 1953, when I was in high school, the Texas State Legislature passed a “law” that declared that anything that they passed superseded any Federal Law. Clearly unconstitutional, but after all, it was Texas.

  10. Joel says

    Back around 1953, when I was in high school, the Texas State Legislature passed a “law” that declared that anything that they passed superseded any Federal Law. Clearly unconstitutional, but after all, it was Texas.

  11. Joel says

    Back around 1953, when I was in high school, the Texas State Legislature passed a “law” that declared that anything that they passed superseded any Federal Law. Clearly unconstitutional, but after all, it was Texas.

  12. Joel says

    Back around 1953, when I was in high school, the Texas State Legislature passed a “law” that declared that anything that they passed superseded any Federal Law. Clearly unconstitutional, but after all, it was Texas.

  13. Joel says

    Back around 1953, when I was in high school, the Texas State Legislature passed a “law” that declared that anything that they passed superseded any Federal Law. Clearly unconstitutional, but after all, it was Texas.

  14. JOEw says

    Could the Democrats please start playing the same games and start impeaching GOP dingbats on the basis of stupid, or at the very least, false representation on governing capacity?

    When your IQ is so low you can’t even be bothered to look-up the definitions of words such as Democracy, you should NOT be allowed to govern!

  15. BobN says

    And not a peep about the extraordinary position of a governor refusing to recognize a legally entered-into marriage PERFORMED IN HIS OWN STATE.

  16. Diamondillium says

    Ok, so refusing to defend the unconstitutional equals anarchy. Got it.

    While we’re at it, hate means love, love means hate, up means down, down means up, family means rejection, rejection means family, truth means lies, lies means truth, goodness means badness, badness means goodness…

    Are anti-gays the manifestation of their own version of the anti-christ?

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