Is Scalia Too Biased to Judge Upcoming Marriage Cases

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“Headed toward the cliff”

Since: Nov 07

Tawas City, Michigan

#1 Dec 27, 2012
Of course Scalia is biased, but there's no way he's going to recuse himself, and no one - not even the Chief Justice- can force him to sit out a case.

Recussal is 100% voluntary.
JrEsq

El Segundo, CA

#2 Dec 27, 2012
There is no group of people more biased than homosexuals. Anyone who disagrees them is labeled: homophobe, hater, biased, anti-gay...etc.
Homosexuals are so biased that their mind is described by mental health professionals as being intractable.

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“Headed toward the cliff”

Since: Nov 07

Tawas City, Michigan

#3 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
There is no group of people more biased than homosexuals. Anyone who disagrees them is labeled: homophobe, hater, biased, anti-gay...etc.
Homosexuals are so biased that their mind is described by mental health professionals as being intractable.
If you oppose equal rights for gays & lesbians, then you ARE a hateful biased bigoted anti-gay homophobe.

So the label obviously fits you.
JrEsq

El Segundo, CA

#4 Dec 27, 2012
WeTheSheeple wrote:
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If you oppose equal rights for gays & lesbians, then you ARE a hateful biased bigoted anti-gay homophobe.
So the label obviously fits you.
Thanks for making my point.

“saved From jesus”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#5 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
There is no group of people more biased than homosexuals. Anyone who disagrees them is labeled: homophobe, hater, biased, anti-gay...etc.
Homosexuals are so biased that their mind is described by mental health professionals as being intractable.
Disagreeing with someone's existence kinda does that to a person.
AzAdam

United States

#6 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
There is no group of people more biased than homosexuals. Anyone who disagrees them is labeled: homophobe, hater, biased, anti-gay...etc.
Homosexuals are so biased that their mind is described by mental health professionals as being intractable.
Do you really take exception to being called anti-gay?
Speedieg

United States

#7 Dec 27, 2012
Scalia can not separate his judgements from his authoritarian catholic beliefs he will do what the Pope tells him like a good little alter boy.
Speedieg

United States

#8 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
There is no group of people more biased than homosexuals. Anyone who disagrees them is labeled: homophobe, hater, biased, anti-gay...etc.
Homosexuals are so biased that their mind is described by mental health professionals as being intractable.
Well lets see how you feel when we get to vote on your basic rights.

“Post-religious”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#9 Dec 27, 2012
He's biased, vigorously so against gay people, as he has admitted. He should recuse himself.

But he won't, because he's biased, and vigorously so against gay people.

Scalia is the Vatican's vote on the Court. He won't recuse himself any sooner than the pope would recuse himself from making his biased and bigoted statements against gay people.

“Unconvinced”

Since: Nov 09

Seattle, WA

#10 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
There is no group of people more biased than homosexuals. Anyone who disagrees them is labeled: homophobe, hater, biased, anti-gay...etc.
Homosexuals are so biased that their mind is described by mental health professionals as being intractable.
What is there to "disagree" about?

Either you believe people should be free to make their own decisions about their love life and their partners, or you believe that they should NOT be free to make these decisions.

Sorry if you "disagree" with freedom, but there are many labels that are very appropriate for a person like that.
JrEsq

El Segundo, CA

#12 Dec 27, 2012
Religionthebiglie wrote:
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Disagreeing with someone's existence kinda does that to a person.
No one is denying anyone their existence. You illustrate the point that I have made many times, that you gays intentionally conflate the separate issues of homosexuality, homosexual marriage, and homosexual parenting.

Since: Jun 11

AOL

#13 Dec 27, 2012
EdmondWA wrote:
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What is there to "disagree" about?
Either you believe people should be free to make their own decisions about their love life and their partners, or you believe that they should NOT be free to make these decisions.
Sorry if you "disagree" with freedom, but there are many labels that are very appropriate for a person like that.
Funny how those who oppose treating others as they treat themselves call those seeking equality bigots for wanting what they already have.

"Anti-gay" is clearly demonstrated by refusing to treat gay people equally under the law.
JrEsq

El Segundo, CA

#14 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
There is no group of people more biased than homosexuals. Anyone who disagrees them is labeled: homophobe, hater, biased, anti-gay...etc.
Homosexuals are so biased that their mind is described by mental health professionals as being intractable.
How could I forget to include the word "bigot", which the homosexuals have made the most hackneyed word in the English language, as part of the most comprehensive misinformation campaign in human history.
It also illustrates the homosexual tactic of negative motivation; they don't earn support by presenting any positives, they simply discourage their detractors with the use of negatives.

“Unconvinced”

Since: Nov 09

Seattle, WA

#15 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
How could I forget to include the word "bigot", which the homosexuals have made the most hackneyed word in the English language, as part of the most comprehensive misinformation campaign in human history.
Stop hating gay people simply because they ARE gay people, and maybe you'll hear less of that word.

Go out and meet a person, and when THAT PERSON wrongs you in some way, then you'll have reason to hate THAT PERSON. But when you unload a dumptruck of hatred onto ALL gay people, and make the assumption that all gay people are exactly alike, and that we all share traits which you hate, then you're being a bigot. You're doing nothing but revelling in your ability to lump people together and paint them all with the same brush. That's not an admirable quality.
JrEsq wrote:
It also illustrates the homosexual tactic of negative motivation; they don't earn support by presenting any positives, they simply discourage their detractors with the use of negatives.
What "positives" do we need? Only one, as far as I can see.

Freedom. As in: You have the freedom to chart the course of your own life, and to determine who will share that life with you.

You SHOULD have that freedom. And I should have it, too. I should not be made into a social outcast for exercising it.

If you don't feel that homosexuality is right for you, then don't engage in it. If you don't feel right about a man marrying another man, then don't do it.

There is nothing "negative" in telling you to live your own life, and to stop presuming to tell others that they should live theirs according to whatever values you propose.

“Headed toward the cliff”

Since: Nov 07

Tawas City, Michigan

#16 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
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Thanks for making my point.
Ditto.

“Headed toward the cliff”

Since: Nov 07

Tawas City, Michigan

#17 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
<quoted text>
How could I forget to include the word "bigot", which the homosexuals have made the most hackneyed word in the English language, as part of the most comprehensive misinformation campaign in human history.
It also illustrates the homosexual tactic of negative motivation; they don't earn support by presenting any positives, they simply discourage their detractors with the use of negatives.
Right, that explains how we got over 50% of voters in 4 states to support equal rights in the last election.

Any more attempts to shift the blame for your bigotry?

Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#18 Dec 27, 2012
JrEsq wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks for making my point.
So you think it's okay that certain groups don't get equal rights and you are just totally unbiased against them?
JrEsq

El Segundo, CA

#19 Dec 27, 2012
WeTheSheeple wrote:
<quoted text>
Right, that explains how we got over 50% of voters in 4 states to support equal rights in the last election.
Any more attempts to shift the blame for your bigotry?
Let me quote from my post #14 to explain where your 50% support came from:

"It also illustrates the homosexual tactic of negative motivation; they don't earn support by presenting any positives, they simply discourage their detractors with the use of negatives."
bullspit

Albuquerque, NM

#20 Dec 27, 2012
was sotomeyer too biased on the obamacare vote
yes
she voted anyway

was sotomeyer too biased on the contraception vote
yes
she voted anyway

are the supremes biased, heck yes

so what's the point of this op ?

“Post-religious”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#21 Dec 27, 2012
bullspit wrote:
was sotomeyer too biased on the obamacare vote
yes
she voted anyway
Feel free to show how she was biased through her opinions or statements.
bullspit wrote:
was sotomeyer too biased on the contraception vote
yes
Feel free to provide evidence of her bias with regards to the subject of contraceptives. She didn't rule on the merits of the case; the plaintiff can still continue with the appeal. How is that biased?
bullspit wrote:
she voted anyway
are the supremes biased, heck yes
so what's the point of this op ?
The point was to provide evidence of Scalia's bias, which it did.

You claim that Sotomayor is biased, but you provide no evidence.

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