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Wed Dec 12, 2012, 06:32 PM

Apparently Scalia Missed the Whole UNANIMOUS Decision in Loving v. VA

That would be a decision made despite a lot of people had "moral" feelings opposing interracial marriage. Or Lawrence v. TX where a lot of people had "moral" feelings opposing gay sex in the privacy of one's home. You know, where the the GOP generally says it wants to limit government intrusion.

Yes, Scalia. People should be able to have moral objections to homosexuality. That is their right. But when you compare that to moral objections to murder you are wrong and evil.

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fightthegoodfightnow Dec 2012 #1

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Wed Dec 12, 2012, 10:45 PM

1. Bravo

The selective immorality of anything Scalia objects to is the moral relativity of his world view.

There are countless examples of his immorality including overthrowing the election of a President.

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