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Posts by highball

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  • Donald Trumpís More Accepting Views on Gay Issues Set Him Apart in G.O.P.

    04/22/2016 5:19:42 AM PDT · 44 of 123
    highball to ZULU

    “Trump is the most conservative electable candidate. Hopefully his views on this subject will have evolved.”

    I respect and thank you for your honesty. Too many Trump supporters keep repeating his lies.

    If he had been honest with us, and said what you just said, that he doesn’t agree with us on everything but we agree on the big issues, I would happily be working to get him elected.

  • Trump clarifies Transgender remarks on Hannity

    04/22/2016 5:04:37 AM PDT · 280 of 303
    highball to Mechanicos
    Now Trump is a man of his word, he does what he says
    Given how many times he's lied during this campaign, that's objectively and demonstrably false.

    Oh, but I'm sure after lying to us to get the job, he'll totally keep all his promises he made to us. Yeah, that makes total sense.

    Barnum was right.
  • Trump just said it's OK if transgendered men share the bathroom with daughters, granddaughters

    04/21/2016 7:39:49 PM PDT · 121 of 145
    highball to AmusedBystander

    “Non-issue as there can be no practical enforcement of any law.”

    So the conservative legislatures that are passing these bills are... wrong? Wasting time? Bigoted?

    That’s what the liberals say. And Trump agrees with them. How nice of us to let us know that opposing transgender special rights isn’t a worthwhile fight.

  • Donald Trump: Don't change abortion laws

    04/02/2016 1:41:04 PM PDT · 352 of 361
    highball to ronnietherocket3
    At this point in society, someone who admits to mistakes will be attacked relentlessly.

    They're already attacking him on his business failures. When he lies about it, he's given them something much bigger, and much more important, to attack him on. He turns their nitpicking into a substantive attack, one he richly deserves.

    He should just say "Not everything works out. But I learn from it, and more things work out than don't." But instead he goes for the easily-disproved lie. That choice doesn't make any sense.
  • Media seizes on Trumpís latest gaffe to attack pro-lifers

    04/02/2016 9:15:46 AM PDT · 65 of 66
    highball to NKP_Vet
    He was told by handlers to walk it back or he’d be attacked non-stop by the media

    Wait, I thought Trump was his own man? Says It Like It Is? Is he now under the thrall of handlers he's unable to resist?

    And I'm sorry, but did those same handlers tell him to lie about it? To try claiming that he didn't say what he said? Or did Donald come up with that lie all by himself?

    So he's either a liar, or a craven politician tailoring his message to the media reaction. Neither one paints a flattering picture of the man.
  • Donald Trump: Don't change abortion laws

    04/02/2016 9:11:12 AM PDT · 326 of 361
    highball to little jeremiah
    Accusations of lies and actual examples of lies are two different things.

    Oh, absolutely. And we should never confuse the two.

    But with Trump, we're well past accusations and into real, verifiable lies. Tons of them.

    Hell, in the past week we've had Trump claim that MSNBC edited his interview with Chris Matthews to make Trump look bad, which is patently false on its face.

    What's bizarre is that these are stupid lies. Easily-disproven lies, and lies he doesn't have to peddle. He has plenty of business successes, he doesn't have to claim that failures like Trump Magazine or Trump Steaks are still active business ventures. He doesn't have to claim that he made money on Trump Air instead of losing $100 million.

    I'd respect a successful businessman who can learn from his failures. That's just life. I can't respect one who lies and insists that they were all successes.
  • Donald Trump: Don't change abortion laws

    04/02/2016 4:20:11 AM PDT · 297 of 361
    highball to butterdezillion
    The soap opera drama with lies by both teams and their supporters is hurting the nation and conservatives. If the focus had been issues perhaps Trump would have taken the time to solidify in his mind what to think

    Trump has been running for president for years. If he hasn't bothered to decide what he thinks about abortion by now, he's unfit for the office he's seeking.
  • Donald Trump: Don't change abortion laws

    04/02/2016 4:16:42 AM PDT · 296 of 361
    highball to freespirit2012
    Yea Trump is completely clueless as to what conservatives think... that is why he is dominating in the primaries...

    I know "Winning!" is supposed to be his response to all criticisms, but that's very silly. Obama won election twice. Clinton won election twice.

    Trump has been winning because he has an excellent marketing team, honed by decades of promotion. But the farther we get into this process, the more we see the limitations of his marketing strategy: getting owned by Chrissy Matthews is just their latest problem.
  • Donald Trump: Don't change abortion laws

    04/02/2016 4:13:30 AM PDT · 295 of 361
    highball to little jeremiah
    The only way to find out what Trump really thinks and says is to listen to him directly, not “through” anyone else. The entire MSM and political establishment of both parties hate him with virulence and lie, lie, lie.

    Not as much as Trump lies, lies, lies. Which we know just by listening to him directly, on this issue and many others.
  • Donald Trump: Don't change abortion laws

    04/01/2016 6:44:28 PM PDT · 56 of 361
    highball to BuckeyeTexan

    “Conservatives oppose legislating from the bench.”

    It’s become patently obvious that nobody in the Trump campaign, from the man on down, has any idea what conservatives stand for.

  • Media seizes on Trumpís latest gaffe to attack pro-lifers

    04/01/2016 6:40:07 PM PDT · 63 of 66
    highball to NKP_Vet

    “Trump’s comments were not a gaffe”

    Considering that Trump is now trying to claim that he didn’t say what he said, or that he did say it but he got confused and didn’t mean to say what he said, it’s pretty clear that Trump himself considers those comments to be a gaffe.

  • Donald Trump: Don't change abortion laws

    04/01/2016 5:32:50 PM PDT · 30 of 361
    highball to ScottinVA
    So is this going to be his standard response every time he’s pressed for details?

    Well, in fairness, he's used to having many takes to get his lines right. You can't expect him to figure out what you want him to say on the spot.

    This is what happens when you have a candidate without any principles beyond the few focus-group-tested soundbites he's memorized. The very moment he runs out of talking points he fumbles around trying to figure out what the "very conservative basis" is on any given issue.
  • Missing Scalia: 4-4 SCOTUS decision leaves mandatory union fees in place

    03/30/2016 9:10:56 AM PDT · 22 of 23
    highball to unixfox

    That’s exactly why this election is too important for a protest vote.

    Trump will gift Hillary the election, and probably the Senate as well. I want a conservative who can win instead.

  • Wisconsin Pro-Life Group Backs Ted Cruz Over Donald Trump: "He's Always Been Pro-Life"

    03/30/2016 6:26:35 AM PDT · 71 of 78
    highball to conservativejoy

    Ah, but don’t you know that none of Trump’s former positions matter? After all, he “wasn’t running for President then”, so we can’t hold them against ol’ Donald.

    Too many on our side are willing to sell out their principles so long as an admitted liar tells them what they want to hear now. I just don’t understand it.

  • Trump's popularity nosedives in critical stretch

    03/29/2016 3:38:05 PM PDT · 103 of 117
    highball to backwoods-engineer

    ” I want Trump to bring about the destruction of the present age in American politics.”

    Interesting.

    I am not willing to watch the destruction of the conservative movement, as Trump will bring about.

    Nor am I willing to watch the destruction of the United States of America. America is not “done.” Not by a long shot.

  • NRA, NYT agree: Garland will produce most liberal Supreme Court in decades

    03/26/2016 11:21:44 AM PDT · 18 of 19
    highball to af_vet_1981
    "A Democrat victory in November will lead to court rulings reversing the First and Second Amendments; so-called individual right to bear arms rescinded or severely curtailed; so-called assault weapons banned; political spending restricted; no opposition to so-called marriage of homosexuals tolerated, lawsuits will impoverish the religious (just take their money and see how fast they turn)."
    That's why this election is so absolutely critical, and why we can't select Trump as our nominee.

    If he gets the nomination, Hillary cruises to the White House and we'll lose the Senate as well. Think of how she salivates at the thought of that unchecked power.
  • Donald Trumpís vile response to fake #CruzSexScandal smear piece; Michael Savage responds

    03/26/2016 4:55:18 AM PDT · 92 of 97
    highball to nclaurel

    You should probably start by checking out The Donald’s Twitter feed.

    You’re welcome.

  • Donald Trumpís vile response to fake #CruzSexScandal smear piece; Michael Savage responds

    03/26/2016 4:53:56 AM PDT · 91 of 97
    highball to cincinnati65

    He’s spreading the story with his tweets, hoping to keep it alive. It’s disingenuous to suggest that he’s not trying to take political advantage of it.

  • Donald Trumpís vile response to fake #CruzSexScandal smear piece; Michael Savage responds

    03/25/2016 4:55:31 PM PDT · 34 of 97
    highball to Robert DeLong

    “Prove Donald Trump had anything to do with this.”

    You can’t deny that Trump is trying to wring every ounce of political advantage out of the Enquirer’s smear.

    For someone who keeps trying to pretend he’s some sort of outsider, Trump sure plays the politician part well.

  • Matter of Korman v NYS Board of Elections (Cruz Natural Born Citizen challenge tossed on appeal)

    03/25/2016 7:17:55 AM PDT · 160 of 172
    highball to jjotto

    “This has been explained to Trump, which is why he’s not going to waste his own money.”

    Right, and it’s another example of his disingenuousness. He’s knows it’s nonsense, so he won’t waste his money on it. But he’ll keep tweeting about it, trying to keep it alive in the public’s mind.

    Trump repeatedly shows us why we can’t trust him.

  • Cruz swipes Trump in AIPAC speech

    03/22/2016 3:35:58 PM PDT · 197 of 200
    highball to PA-LU Student

    “Its not arrogance if you actually are smarter than the other candidates. Its kind of like its not bragging if its true.”

    Absolutely. But Donald doesn’t recognize that last word you use. What does it mean?

  • Cruz knocks Trump over Palestine

    03/22/2016 5:41:07 AM PDT · 128 of 140
    highball to bert

    And the only group that lies more than lawyers? Salesmen.

    That’s got to be Trump’s excuse. Either that or he just thinks you’ll fall for anything.

  • Cruz knocks Trump over Palestine

    03/22/2016 5:41:05 AM PDT · 127 of 140
    highball to bert

    And the only group that lies more than lawyers? Salesmen.

    That’s got to be Trump’s excuse. Either that or he just thinks you’ll fall for anything.

  • Listen: Levin: Both Cruz and Obama are Natural Born Citizens, Here's Why

    03/22/2016 4:11:40 AM PDT · 54 of 54
    highball to GilGil

    “It seems to me that natural born means both parents are citizens of the us. This was clearly explained by some of the framers of the Constitution.”

    If that’s what they wanted, they would have put it in the Constitution. But they didn’t.

    There are only two kinds of citizens - naturalized and natural-born. Cruz was never naturalized, because he didn’t need to be. He was a citizen from birth.

    Trump must be feeling the heat, if this nonsense is coming back up again.

  • Cruz knocks Trump over Palestine

    03/22/2016 3:59:27 AM PDT · 121 of 140
    highball to kvanbrunt2

    “there is the appeal to the flinty speech by cruz and it was a great speech. but i always will look at him like he’s a lawyer.”

    Better a lawyer than a liar.

    Trump has proven time and again that he simply can’t be trusted.

  • Trump questions need for NATO, outlines noninterventionist foreign policy

    03/22/2016 3:54:17 AM PDT · 77 of 90
    highball to DoodleDawg
    So Trump wants us out of NATO, he wants us to pull out of Korea and Japan unless they start paying us God knows how much money, he says Israel should pay us for defending them. Yet at the same time Trump wants to send 20,000 to 25,000 troops, probably more, into Syria to defeat ISIS and build a safe zone for Syrian refugees to return to. In fact Trump’s foreign policy is not noninterventionist or opposed to nation building. One might say that it’s schizophrenic, but the fact is that he has no policy to begin with.<
    Quoted for truth.

    He doesn't gave a coherent policy. Just a strong of statements that he thought sounded good at the time.

    It's to be expected from a man with no core principles other than Close the Sale.
  • SCOTUS Nominee endorsed by Planned Parenthood

    03/20/2016 11:48:12 AM PDT · 14 of 14
    highball to NYer

    Haven’t you been listening to Donald J. Trump? Planned Parenthood “does wonderful things”.

  • Old questions resurface as Attorney General Pam Bondi endorses Trump

    03/20/2016 8:36:48 AM PDT · 44 of 53
    highball to tallyhoe

    But oh, yeah. We can *totally* trust the corrupt guy to clean up the corruption once he gets in power.

  • Religious libertyí bill jeopardizes Atlanta Super Bowl bid

    03/19/2016 6:51:46 AM PDT · 46 of 50
    highball to Dilbert San Diego

    “What happened??”

    We listened to the echo chamber and told each other we had nothing to worry about.

    Meanwhile, the Left rolled up their sleeves and set about the hard work of bringing the country around to their side.

    It’s a cautionary tale - we can lose ourselves in talk radio and Fox and Breitbart and forget that they only see us as consumers to be pandered to. While away in our complacency while the Left is busy working. We can’t afford to make that mistake again.

  • Senators Say They Might Confirm Obama's High Court Pick After US Election (Say what????)

    03/19/2016 6:27:24 AM PDT · 43 of 43
    highball to doldrumsforgop

    “Is there any better way out there for these idiots to make this into a purely political ploy?”

    Unfortunately, those idiots made it a purely political ploy when they started running their mouths off before Scalia’s body was even cold.

    Had they kept quiet, they could have pursued their strategy quietly and maybe been effective. Instead they went for the grandstanding play and handed it to Obama.

  • Chicago, Trumpís Incitements, and Cruzís Response

    03/13/2016 9:40:52 AM PDT · 178 of 215
    highball to Baldwin77

    “You have just described political correctness.

    Either Trump has free speech, or he does not.”

    I think you meant to reply to somebody else. Free speech only means that he government can’t silence him. Which I have never advocated, because that’s not a conservative position.

    Calling someone out on his endless stream of lies is not stifling his free speech. It’s simply calling him out on his endless stream of lies.

  • Chicago, Trumpís Incitements, and Cruzís Response

    03/13/2016 6:26:22 AM PDT · 65 of 215
    highball to RaceBannon

    You are correct.

    Ted Cruz appeals to our better nature. He lays out a path of optimism and belief in America, in what she could be. A new Morning in America.

    Trump instead wallows in mud. He talks about how bad America is, encourages thuggery and anger. His message is based in an unending stream of lies, even pathetic and transparent lies. He brags how his acolytes value slavish loyalty to him above principle, and proves it again and again.

    The reason for the difference is simple. Trump is playacting, bought into the liberals’ straw man of conservatives as uneducated, bigoted rednecks. Cruz is an actual lifelong conservative and knows better. The choice is stark.

  • Rush: Trump Has Problem With Manager Lewandowski

    03/13/2016 6:13:51 AM PDT · 135 of 173
    highball to nopardons

    “You anti-Trumpers are the ones in trouble...BIG TROUBLE and we won’t forget you.”

    Pathetic bluster and empty threats. Yep, that’s the Trump playbook.

    Now if you had just topped it off with a lie, that would have sounded just like your candidate.

  • Are Trump Democrats for Real?

    03/13/2016 6:08:18 AM PDT · 51 of 54
    highball to DPMD
    I’m inclined to believe that many democrats are voting republican, or even changing their registration, but I’m not sure that means they actually support Trump, or even a republican platform. In states with open primaries, the nature of the voting invites mischief that can harm Trump. In states with closed primaries, the registration changes can just mean that democrats want to infiltrate the voting to, again, harm Trump, or the GOP in general.

    Exactly. This is their "Operation Chaos."

    Liberals are salivating at the thought that we might nominate Trump. Not only will Hillary slaughter him, he'll kill the down-ballot races. The House is safe (for now), but we will lose the White House and the Senate. Guess what the Supreme Court will look like in five years if we let that happen?
  • Conservative Utah lawmakers show progressive leanings

    03/12/2016 4:23:10 PM PST · 24 of 27
    highball to T-Bird45
    "I believe I’m pretty conservative and many might even label me “reactionary”. Maintaining the death penalty in the face of escalating costs to do so is not a conservative position, by definition. Conservatism also applies to resources and wasting resources to fight a losing battle isn’t conservative or smart"

    I agree.

    I also don't trust the government enough to give it power over life and death. That's a mistake that can never be undone.
  • 'Natural born citizen' issue requires Ted Cruz's recusal in vote on SCOTUS nominee, op-ed says

    03/12/2016 7:38:40 AM PST · 115 of 115
    highball to bolobaby
    Go sign a petition begging Donald Trump to sue Ted Cruz on eligibility. I guarantee that if he sues you trumpettes won’t like the outcome.

    That’s why he is NOT suing
    Exactly. If Trump really believes that, he has a duty to the country and to the Constitution to file a lawsuit.

    But of course Trump doesn't in believe anything but ratings, so he'll just keep on making empty noises.
  • Could Trump win over some black voters?

    03/12/2016 6:32:06 AM PST · 96 of 96
    highball to entropy12

    Once our politicians refuse to condemn them, then it’ll be a legitimate comparison. But here we have a political candidate going out of his way to avoid saying anything bad about the KKK, and no straw man can obfuscate that.

    If you really don’t know what the KKK is, then you truly are a “low-information voter”. But as for the short-fingered vulgarian, he’s not ignorant. He’s just lying to you. Which is what he does.

    I understand the frustration that has driven so many to him. I too hate the elites who have taken us for granted for so long. But Trump’s lip service isn’t any better than their lip service, just newer.

    I do wonder why his customers are so eager to ignore or rationalize away his constant stream of lies. If he’s willing to lie to you to get the job, he can’t be trusted with it.

  • Could Trump win over some black voters?

    03/11/2016 7:04:42 PM PST · 94 of 96
    highball to entropy12

    Really? You like his response, that the KKK might be okay?

    I don’t think that’s acceptable. I think Trump would have disqualified himself with those lies, if he hadn’t already with all his other lies.

    And you’re deluding yourself if you think that he can beat Hillary. We’ve got enough of a problem fighting the demographic fight without a candidate who’s okay with the damn Klan. Not only will Trump not peel off black voters, he’ll lose the mushy middle with garbage like this.

    That’s not the real problem, though. The problem is that he’ll drag down the down-ticket races. Democrats will hang the KKK around the neck of every Republican senator; they’ve already started.

    So he’ll hand Hillary not only the White House, but a Democratic senate to go along with it. What do you think that will do to the Supreme Court? What do you think that will do to the country?

  • Could Trump win over some black voters?

    03/11/2016 5:01:17 PM PST · 92 of 96
    highball to entropy12
    When the question was INITIALLY posed to Trump, it did NOT include the word KKK. The question was asked, would you, Mr Trump, disavow Duke and his group?
    Once again, that is demonstrably not true. Shall we check the transcript?

    TAPPER: I want to ask you about the Anti-Defamation League, which this week called on you to publicly condemn unequivocally the racism of former KKK grand wizard David Duke, who recently said that voting against you at this point would be treason to your heritage.

    Will you unequivocally condemn David Duke and say that you don't want his vote or that of other white supremacists in this election?

    TRUMP: Well, just so you understand, I don't know anything about David Duke. OK? I don't know anything about what you're even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists. So, I don't know.

    I don't know, did he endorse me or what's going on, because, you know, I know nothing about David Duke. I know nothing about white supremacists. And so you're asking me a question that I'm supposed to be talking about people that I know nothing about.

    TAPPER: But I guess the question from the Anti-Defamation League is, even if you don't know about their endorsement, there are these groups and individuals endorsing you. Would you just say unequivocally you condemn them and you don't want their support?

    TRUMP: Well, I have to look at the group. I mean, I don't know what group you're talking about.

    You wouldn't want me to condemn a group that I know nothing about. I would have to look. If you would send me a list of the groups, I will do research on them. And, certainly, I would disavow if I thought there was something wrong.

    TAPPER: The Ku Klux Klan?

    TRUMP: But you may have groups in there that are totally fine, and it would be very unfair. So, give me a list of the groups, and I will let you know.

    TAPPER: OK. I mean, I'm just talking about David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan here, but...

    TRUMP: I don't know any -- honestly, I don't know David Duke. I don't believe I have ever met him. I'm pretty sure I didn't meet him. And I just don't know anything about him.
    The KKK was explicitly part of the initial question. Hell, they were mentioned in the first sentence. Tapper repeatedly made it very clear that he was talking about David Duke and the KKK. And Trump pretended he didn't know anything about it, even though he had previously said that he quit the Reform Party in part because David Duke joined it and he didn't want to be associated with Duke.

    Trump lies. That is another indisputable fact at this point. You can say that you don't care, you still think he's our best chance to defeat Hillary, and that would be totally okay. But can no longer pretend that facts aren't facts.

    So to return to the subject of this thread: no, Donald will not make any significant inroads to black voters. Not when he's handed Hillary all this oppo research on a gold-plated platter.
  • Could Trump win over some black voters?

    03/10/2016 4:55:19 PM PST · 89 of 96
    highball to entropy12
    "Wrong! He was asked Duke and his “GROUP”, never used the word KKK."

    That's demonstrably false - the questioner specifically said "I'm talking about the KKK." And Donald kept insisting that he couldn't possibly disavow any of those groups.

    But even so, Trump is now claiming he doesn't know who David Duke is? The same David Duke who drove Trump out of the Reform Party, when Trump said he had to leave because David Duke had joined and he didn't want to be associated with scumbags like that? Now Trump has forgotten who David Duke is?

    Trump has no core principles. When disavowing the KKK has to first be subjected to a marketing calculus, it's clear that there are no actual values in play. Which is fine - his voters don't care about that, just as they don't care about his lies. But we can stop pretending that Donald will have some magic crossover appeal, or that he'll somehow be able to draw in minority voters.
  • Could Trump win over some black voters?

    03/10/2016 3:54:28 AM PST · 83 of 96
    highball to Sybeck1

    Announcing he couldn’t denounce the KKK without “learning more” about them won’t help Donald on this one.

  • Fox Business Reports Rubio Will Drop Out Before Florida If Polls Donít Improve

    03/09/2016 5:20:27 PM PST · 72 of 102
    highball to monkapotamus

    Good. Then we can be rid of him forever.

  • (Vanity) Nightmare Supreme Court Scenario

    03/09/2016 5:18:58 PM PST · 27 of 27
    highball to ought-six

    Did Kirk vote for GOP leadership, or did he caucus with the Dems?

    If it’s the former, then he has to stay in office until he can be replaced by a conservative, not by a liberal.

    I understand the frustration of a very imperfect candidate. But handing the Senate over to the Democrats only makes things worse.

  • The Anti-Israeli Clintonistas behind the Trump KKK/Nazi Smear Campaign

    03/09/2016 5:16:25 PM PST · 26 of 29
    highball to GOPJ

    All the more reason why Donald shouldn’t have had to “learn more” about the Klan before denouncing it.

  • The Anti-Israeli Clintonistas behind the Trump KKK/Nazi Smear Campaign

    03/09/2016 5:15:02 PM PST · 25 of 29
    highball to Mr Apple
    Oh, you're right. Personal attacks always cover the fact that you don't have a substantive response.
  • (Vanity) Nightmare Supreme Court Scenario

    03/08/2016 6:26:19 PM PST · 25 of 27
    highball to ought-six

    Does Kirk caucus with the Democrats to elect them to leadership positions?

    Cause if he doesn’t, it’s absurd to say there’s “absolutely no difference” between the two.

  • National Poll: Donald Trump Remains Frontrunner, Would Lose Big Head-To Head With Ted Cruz

    03/08/2016 12:28:37 PM PST · 114 of 161
    highball to ground_fog

    “Cruz has no crossover appeal. You can’t win without democrats these days..and Cruz won’t get them”

    But Trump will?

    With everything Trump says in an attempt to get the conservative vote, he’ll never appeal to the mushy middle.

    At least Cruz is consistent and principled. Even people who don’t agree on all positions have to admire a man who says what he actually believes. Trump keeps twisting in the wind, “changing” and “softening” in a pathetic attempt to appeal to possible customers.

  • 2015 FLASHBACK: Donald J. Trump says doctors make too much money (video)

    03/08/2016 11:13:48 AM PST · 83 of 86
    highball to GodGunsGuts

    Don’t you know by now that facts don’t matter to the Trump campaign?

  • If Trump wins, Cuomo could be out

    03/08/2016 11:11:44 AM PST · 17 of 20
    highball to Pearls Before Swine

    “a lot of supposing” is putting it mildly. They don’t indicate any strategy for how this would possibly happen. It’s just more Magical Trump Thinking with nothing behind it, like “Mexico will pay for the wall”.

    Besides, a President working to undermine local elected officials isn’t exactly a conservative value. Let us continue to build a grassroots conservative movement here rather than try to impose it from Washington.

  • Supreme Court overturns Alabama court ruling against a lesbian motherís adoption

    03/08/2016 9:47:38 AM PST · 36 of 42
    highball to Lurking Libertarian

    Hmm. That’s a good analysis.

    I hate to admit it, but my initial reaction was wrong.