No not Hamlet Act III Scene 1 — Marco the ever-thirsty Rubio.
And here, carrying more water for him, is Chuckles the Clown.
Here’s the “Cream” (” Non-Dairy Half-and Half” actually) of the (inadvertent) gest:
“As I’ve said, that would be conceding that the current Constitution is somehow wrong and needs to be fixed. I don’t think the current Constitution gives the federal government the power to regulate marriage. That belongs at the state and local level. And that’s why if you want to change the definition of marriage, which is what this argument is about….It’s not about discrimination. It is about the definition of a very specific, traditional, and age-old institution.
“It’s not about discrimination” Yeah right. I’d see about that lisp Marco. It’s a “tell.”
“That definitional change, if you want to change it, you have a right to petition your state legislature and your elected representatives to do it. What is wrong is that the Supreme Court has found this hidden constitutional right that 200 years of jurisprudence had not discovered and basically overturn the will of voters in Florida where over 60 percent passed a constitutional amendment that defined marriage in the state constitution as the union of one man and one woman.”
Planning to undo MY Marriage, you pathetic loser??!!!!
The Bought-and-Paid-For Corporate/Republican media never fails to amaze me with its obsession with the Republican party There are more registered Democrats than there are Republicans. There is very good reason to believe that if these registered Democrats are allowed to vote (and there’s considerable question in many regions of the country that they may not) the house and senate will be back in Democratic control under President Clinton.
But that’s of zero interest to Chuckles and his ilk forever flashing phony poll numbers declaring how “untrustworthy” the great unwashed presumably find her
Meanwhile in France the Far Right, despite equal press water-carrying has gone down to spectacular defeat
And now instructing us all about Marriage — here’s the still-unmarried