Why we bother with an Iowa caucus I don’t know. But there it is on Monday. And there the Republican candidates are flipping out and ingratiating their greasy selves and generally acting a fool.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Sunday that, if he becomes president, he would “strongly consider” appointing Supreme Court judges who would overturn the court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage…
“If I’m elected I would be very strong in putting certain judges on the bench that maybe could change things.”
This aggression will not stand, man. Tear it down! Unless it happens to be Bloomberg asking Donald about it then…
“I’ve gone to gay weddings,” he continued. “I’ve been at gay weddings”…
…Trump has said he opposed gay marriage because he “just don’t feel good about it,” but recently he declared the issue officially “dead.”
…really what does it matter? C’mon bruh. Move on everybody, nothing to see here. But as of today, hours perhaps before The Caucus In Which Weirdo Ted Cruz Whips His Ass:
When asked by host Chris Wallace whether that meant trying to appoint justices to overturn the ruling, Trump said he would “strongly consider that, yes.”
“I wish it was done by the state,” he said. “I disagree with the Supreme Court … it should be a states’ rights issue.”
Gay marriage is far from “dead”. It’s a living breathing thing, and veerrry serious. Everybody knows.