May 14, 2009

There's only two ways courts operate

According to the illustrious Julaine K. Appling:
The ban on gay marriage will stay in place if justices stay away from any "personal agendas" and "interpret the law, and not make law," Appling said.
Or maybe the ban impermissibly contains two separate amendments: one pertaining to marriages and the other to civil unions. One needn't impose any "personal agenda" or make any new law to arrive at that conclusion. Because there's been plenty of law made already.

Earlier: Appling wants gays "charged" with fraud.

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