"When the Court declared a constitutional right to homosexual sodomy, we were assured that the case had nothing, nothing at all to do with 'whether the government must give formal recognition to any relationship that homosexual persons seek to enter,'" he wrote. "Now we are told that DOMA is invalid because it 'demeans the couple, whose moral and sexual choices the Constitution protects,' ante, at 23 -- with an accompanying citation of Lawrence.Yeah, I think I have a precedent to deal with that right here Justice Scalia, it's the famous case of "Stuff it v. Get Bent", written by Judge Learned Backhand. Great case, lovely fact pattern, one hell of a holding.
But at least he can go on line at "Opus Date" and hang out with these eligible bachelors.
“Today is a tragic day for marriage and our nation," Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said in a joint statement representing U.S. bishops. "The Supreme Court has dealt a profound injustice to the American people by striking down in part the federal Defense of Marriage Act. The Court got it wrong.""Celibate Men for Traditional Marriage" comments the same everytime.
[cross-posted at Firedoglake]