Friday, June 10, 2016

Roy Moore's wife Kayla is as crazy as he is

Roy and Kayla Moore
The happy crackpots
Roy Moore founded a non-profit organization the last time he got booted from the bench — The Foundation for Moral Law. In 2013 when Alabama's voters returned him to the bench, his wife, Kayla, took over as its president. Kayla Moore is not an attorney. Apparently she wasn't paying attention in high school civics class the day that they discussed Marbury v. Madison. The Supreme Court is the final arbiter of the Constitution. It is precedent that has been in place for over 200 years. According to hair-brained Kayla:
The Foundation for Moral Law … took issue with U.S. District Court Judge Callie Granade's order Wednesday purporting to bar state officials from enforcing the provision of the Alabama Constitution that bans same-sex marriage.

Foundation President Kayla Moore noted, "Judge Granade's jurisdiction extends over only the Southern District of Alabama. She has no authority to bind officials in other parts of the State." She added, "It's not over just because Judge Granade says it's over. In fact, her order acknowledges that the Alabama Supreme Court's March 4, 2016 order denying the parties' motions and petitions did not vacate or set aside the Court's March 3, 2015 writ of mandamus directing probate judges to follow the Alabama Constitution. That's what we've been saying all along."
It has been over for nearly a year. The Supreme Court has established that gays have a constitutional right to marry and that state bans were unconstitutional. State laws that abridge the constitutional rights of citizens are null and void. Gay couples can legally marry, even in fucking Alabama. For attempting to interfere with the constitutional rights of citizens Roy Moore will probably be removed from the bench, again. Then let us see if the electorate of Alabama is so profoundly stupid that they elect him as governor of the state next year. It gets amazingly worse:
Foundation Senior Counsel John Eidsmoe stated further, "Much more than same-sex marriage is at stake here; this involves the whole federal versus state relationship in our constitutional system. The Obergefell decision was procured by illegitimate means because two Justices who had personally performed same-sex marriages refused to recuse, and it is utterly devoid of constitutional support.
Last October, Scholar Eidsmoe was arguing that Obergefell did not apply to the states because the Supremacy Clause does not include court decisions. Now he is saying something else. It's just drivel. Only the justices of the Supreme Court can determine if they should recuse themselves due to a conflict. At the risk of being crude, when you masturbate like this, do you even get to climax? I wonder.

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