BREAKING NEWS: NOM President Brian Brown Whines Like A Little Girl Over Prop 8 Appeal Hearing

“This hearing makes a mockery of the federal judiciary,” said Brian Brown, president of NOM. “Citizens are entitled to a guarantee of impartiality from their judiciary. Yet here we have the spectacle of a federal appeals court justice ruling on a case in which his wife represents a group that is a participant. A cynic would be left to wonder if the fix is in for marriage in the Ninth Circuit.
The long road to determine the constitutionality of Proposition 8 cannot be allowed to go through the courtroom of a Judge whose wife is a key participant in that case,” said Brown. “It’s obvious that Reinhardt will vote to overturn Prop 8. We can only hope that once this case reaches the U.S. Supreme Court, that the people of California will finally get an impartial day in court. When they do, we are confident that marriage as the union of one man and one woman will be vindicated.” – National Organization For Marriage President, Brian “Butt Boy” Brown

Blah, blah, blah, yadda, yadda, yadda. 

Considering that Judge Smith is a MORMON that “impartial judge” dog just don’t hunt Brianna.

What Miss Brown’s REAL poroblem is is that now t20 million people will see the actual arguments, he’s left with is only tactic – to complain about the judges. Please notice that “his fatness” didn’t address the merits of the Proponent’s case? Why? Because they weren’t any merits

Watching justice slowly nibble away a bigot is the sweet savory smell of meat..

Dance clown, DANCE!


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