Prop. 8 ruling ignores precedent, evidence and common sense

August 18, 2010 05:34

By refusing to acknowledge binding Supreme Court precedent, substantial evidence produced at trial that was contrary to the holding and plain common sense, the ruling exhibits none of the requirements of a traditional decision. This opinion is arbitrary and capricious, and its alarming legal methodology and overtly policy-driven tenor are too extreme to stand.

by Edwin Meese III at Washington Post

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