By THE CAPITAL EDITORIAL BOARD It is one thing for Del. Don Dwyer to crusade for a constitutional amendment against gay marriage. He has every right to do so. It's quite another for him to propose that a judge be removed for making a ruling he didn't like. The Glen Burnie Republican is abusing his position by bushwhacking an impartial judge who was simply interpreting the law to the best of her ability - and not taking a position on same-sex marriage, as Mr. Dwyer and his posse seem to believe. Baltimore Circuit Court Judge M. Brooke Murdock recently ruled that the current state law banning gay marriage is unconstitutional, thus setting off a demand by Mr. Dwyer and other legislators for a constitutional amendment. Now Mr. Dwyer has drafted a resolution saying that the judge violated her oath of office by usurping the will of the General Assembly. We don't like Judge Murdock's ruling either, but the "address" process - similar to impeachment - is there to remove judges for misconduct, not because legislators dislike their rulings. A legislator's job is to change the law - not change the judges. We're sure Mr. Dwyer, who purports to be a defender of the state constitution, knows this - as he knows that the resolution has no chance. This is pure grandstanding at the expense of a judge who was only doing her job. He's completely lost his mind, I think.