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From Devvy Kidd (via email)…”Republican Elites Are Lying To You… They Can Nullify The SCOTUS ‘Same-Sex Marriage’ Ruling Tomorrow” To me it’s about JUSTICE. And what happened at the court was judicial tyranny. But also let me say to the 5% of queer nation and your debauchery, you are not helping the cause of most gays one bit just like the black panthers do nothing for black people!

This from GrasstopsUSA:
Republican Leaders Are Lying To You. Congress CAN Nullify The Lawless Supreme Court Decree That Two Men Can Marry… And They Can Do It Tomorrow!
“This news might come as something of a shock to some of you, but Congress has the CLEAR and UNDENIABLE authority and power, under Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution of the United States, to NULLIFY the recent lawless decree by five unelected black-robed tyrants that elevates perversion to the status of marriage.
“All it takes is a simple majority vote in the House and the Senate and, once it is done, the courts have no power to rule on it and Barack Obama has no authority to veto it. If Congress votes… IT IS DONE.
A Tyrannical Supreme Court Is The Problem: The Checks And Balances Provided By The Constitution Is The Solution.
Now, some of you are already asking; if the solution to vacating this ruling is so simple, why isn’t Congress doing it right now? We’ll get to that, but first let’s talk about Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution of the United States.
Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution of the United States states: “he Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exceptions, and under such regulations as the Congress shall make.” [Emphasis Ours]
And yes, stripping the Supreme Court of jurisdiction on cases has been done, otherwise attempted and affirmed on countless occasions:
” – After the Civil War, a newspaper publisher was jailed under the accusation of publishing “incendiary and libelous” articles and Congress moved in and stripped the Court’s jurisdiction to hear the matter. Nonetheless, the publisher asked the High Court to order his release and the Supreme Court UNANIMOUSLY stated that it had no authority to hear the case.
” – Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafy points out: “When Chief Justice John Roberts was Special Assistant to the Attorney General during the Reagan Administration, he wrote a 27-page document defending the constitutional power of Congress to limit federal court jurisdiction.”
” – A former Supreme Court Justice, Owen Roberts, went so far as to push for a Constitutional Amendment that would limit Congress’ power under Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution. It actually passed the United States Senate in 1953 but then died unceremoniously.
” – And back in 1981, Members of Congress proposed 22 bills seeking to remove the Supreme Court’s power to hear cases involving such issues as prayer in the schools and abortion. Unfortunately, the conservative revolution was just in its infancy and conservatives could not muster the votes in the Tip O’Neill-controlled House of Representatives to pass any of them.
“But now… Republicans control Congress. Getting the votes needed to execute Article III, Section 2 isn’t the problem. The problem is that patriotic Americans aren’t calling them on the carpet to do it and you can change that right here and right now.”
I have not heard whether or not, Hodges is going to ask for a rehearing on the case to the “Supreme” Court. The 25 days is running. I would and one of the things I would bring front and center:Ginsberg and Kagan should have been recused by Chief Justice Roberts because they officiated at “weddings’ for sexual deviants – an absolute no no. Second, it’s nothing more than a hallucination by Justice Kennedy that the 14th Amendment applies here to give sexual deviants the right to marry so they won’t be lonely. What hogwash.
LGBT activists: Marriage was never the ‘end game’ – Some admit they seek radical ‘transformation’ of society

Will this end the shrivled vagina’s run

In a just released batch of emails from the massive collection of Clinton communications being reviewed by the State Department, there is indeed classified information. Politico reports the big question regarding these materials is when they were labelled that way.

State Department spinster Marnie “barf” Harf said “It wasn’t classified at the time. The occurrence of a subsequent upgrade doesn’t mean that anyone did anything wrong.”


As Politico reports in covering State’s email dump: “The emails also provide a raw look into the grave danger that US Ambassador Chris Stevens faced — and the extent to which top State Department officials knew of his precarious situation from the time he arrived in Benghazi in the spring, in the midst Libya’s civil war.”

Stevens was one of the four Americans killed in the 9/11/2012 attack on the U.S. compound at Benghazi.

Another media outlet, The UK Daily Mail revealed other bits and pieces: “They also paint the onetime first lady and New York senator as technologically maladroit — she was all thumbs with an office fax machine — and distant enough from her husband Bill that their aides kept each informed about the other’s doings. She used her email to let aides know she was thirsy. ‘Pls call Sarah and ask her if she can get me some iced tea,’ one message read.”

Now as some people like to do some celebrating of Christmas in July, there is this tidbit

One of the mysteries raised in this dump concerns an unknown figure named “Santa” who was apparently on the then-secretary’s meeting schedule. The article notes of the “Santa” reference by Hillary: “‘I’m seeing Santa at 8:30,’ she wrote her deputy chief of staff (and secret lesbo lover) Huma Abedin six months after taking office, ‘so won’t take off until closer to 9:30.’”

South Carolina GOP Rep. Trey Gowdy, who leads the House Select Committee on Benghazi, has been trying to get all of Clinton’s Benghazi-related emails released. The ex-prosecutor has said he will schedule Hillary for a hearing before his committee when he is satisfied he has the necessary record of her communications on which to base his questioning.

The sooner, the better.