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Levin guest Ed Whelan: Judge did not see fit to disclose that he is gay to Prop 8 parties

August 05, 2010 4:38 pm ET

From the August 4 edition of ABC Radio Network's The Mark Levin Show:

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Ridiculous attack: Prop 8 judge should have recused himself because he is gay

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    • Author by magnolialover (August 05, 2010 4:39 pm ET)
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      It. Doesn't. Matter.
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      • Author by indigo1968 (August 05, 2010 6:24 pm ET)
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        Agreed. It's irrelevant.

        The only thing that matters is the judge's written legal opinion, and how Prop 8 stacks up against the constitution.

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      • Author by The_Cat (August 05, 2010 7:43 pm ET)
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        True that it doesn't matter. Considering how involved the Mormon church got in the Prop 8 debate, especially how much money they invested in advertising for their chosen side of said debate, I'm more surprised that their tax-exempt status hasn't been brought up for review. I find this a much more interesting and important question than the judge's sexuality. Besides, the last time the Faux Cons accused someone of being 'teh gay', they got it wrong. Remember Kagan?
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    • Author by magnolialover (August 05, 2010 4:40 pm ET)
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      Also, I guess we know what today's talking point is.
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    • Author by The New Pilgrims (August 05, 2010 4:42 pm ET)
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      And Levin did not see fit to disclose that he is the love child of Uncle Fester and David Koresh.

      So let's just call it even, huh Marky?

      [http://www.fucimin.altervista.org/loop/unclefester.jpg]
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      • Author by neon desert (August 05, 2010 4:52 pm ET)
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        I guess you didn't see fit to disclose that the conception occurred during a menage a trois with Carol Channing.
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        • Author by The New Pilgrims (August 05, 2010 4:54 pm ET)
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          True, but I didn't want to go too far on the Disgusting Scale.

          I saw Carol Channing recently on the Wendy Williams Show. She made Joan Rivers look like a hot young vixen.
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      • Author by usp (August 05, 2010 4:58 pm ET)
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        is that mark's shiny head in fester's mouth?
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    • Author by ingemar (August 05, 2010 4:43 pm ET)
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      Err...I find it hard to believe that fact was a secret to anyone in that courtroom.
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    • Author by jjamele2880 (August 05, 2010 4:45 pm ET)
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      Yes, of course, because only Grade A Certified Heterosexuals have the right to make decisions on whether to allow non-heteros to enjoy the same rights as heteros. WTF-ever, dirtbag.
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      • Author by cugagcmu805031 (August 05, 2010 6:30 pm ET)
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        We heard not so much as a peep about Judge Walker's sexual orientation from these haters throughout the trial, but now that they don't like his decision, the fact that he's gay is the reason he decided the case the way he did.

        BS. Judge Walker's decision was thorough and based on fact-finding and the Constitution.

        Suck 'em, haters. Suck 'em good. Rotten eggs left in the hot sun are um, um, good!
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        • Author by Litwiz (August 05, 2010 7:00 pm ET)
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          Exactly! When the judgment was rendered, I immediately posted on Facebook and two of my Mormon friends--at the same time--posted that he's gay! They both linked me to the same "read his biography" link. I told them that it didn't matter because his verdict is based on legal arguments and they both said, "Well, I'm just saying it could color his judgment." Thought it hilarious that the Mormon church must've already posted its talking points for its members.
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    • Author by txthinker (August 05, 2010 6:25 pm ET)
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      Levin guest Ed Whelan: Judge did not see fit to disclose that he is gay to Prop 8 parties
      He didn't have to disclose it - apparantly, it came up during the trial. It was no deep, dark secret And no one thought enough of it to ask the judge to recuse himself.

      Or as Caribou Barbie would put it, "rescuse himself".....
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