Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Homophobic Hell the Man's Psychotic

Think Progress illustrates Antonin Scalia's triumph over logic.

in his dissent for Lawrence v. Texas, Scalia said

The Texas statute undeniably seeks to further the belief of its citizens that certain forms of sexual behavior are “immoral and unacceptable,” ....

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... Scalia said it was “preposterous” to categorize gay people as “politically unpopular”

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Notice the pretend criticism of a supposed liberal, when the criticism is only intimidation:

http://delong.typepad.com/sdj/2009/03/new-york-times-crashed-and-burned-watch-adam-nagourneypeter-baker-edition.html

March 25, 2009

New York Times Crashed-and-Burned Watch (Adam Nagourney/Peter Baker Edition) *

Shut it down. Shut it down now.

Shorter Adam Nagourney and Peter Baker:

We lied about George W. Bush for eight years--pretended he was a competent president running a rational administration when we were dining out on stories of his and his administration's fecklessness all across Washington--and now that we have a competent president running a rational administration, we're going to lie in the other direction for the next eight years.

* http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/25/us/politics/25obama.html

-- Brad DeLong

Anonymous said...

Supposed liberals have become as thugs in bullying an mention of the President that is not worshipful, "literally" as Joe Biden would write.

Anonymous said...

The more supposed liberals write as thugs unless a properly worshipful stance is taken about the President, the more inclined I am to question every position of the President and the more I question the more I find fault with. Beyond the Bush-like military stances of the President there are the wild claims about saving on health care spending by moving to digital record keeping along with failing to even consider a single-payer health insurance plan.

Quick, tell the pretend liberal thugs.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/26/business/26health.html?ref=business

March 26, 2009

Doctors Raise Doubts on Digital Health Data
By STEVE LOHR

A federal study found digital records in only 9 percent of hospitals, and two experts say that financing the current system would be counterproductive.