New GOP gay-ban tactics

Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by zimv20, Jul 15, 2004.

  1. zimv20 macrumors 601


    Jul 18, 2002

    Amendment to H.R. 3313

    Offered by ________

    Strike section 2(a) and insert the following:

    1 (a) IN GENERAL. --- Chapter 99 of title 28, United
    2 States Code, is amended by adding at the end the fol-
    3 lowing:
    4 "§1632. Limitation on jurisdiction
    5 "No court created by Act of Congress shall have any
    6 jurisdiction, and the Supreme Curt shall have no appel-
    7 late jurisdiction, to hear or decide any question pertaining
    8 to the interpretation of, or the validity under the Constitu-
    9 tion of, section 1738C or this section.".

    let democracy reign. are we moving to a one-branch government?
  2. blackfox macrumors 65816


    Feb 18, 2003
    Can the courts rule on the legality of this measure(s)?

    Will this have any better chance of passing in the Senate and House?
    Will there be a statute of limitations on these measures, because assuming Democrats ever return to power, then they can do all kinds of fun stuff that the conservatives will hate...

    I'd like to think that the sheer audacity of the GOP these days is going to seriously come back and get them, in the courts (ironic) or in the voting booths...prompting a much needed re-assessment of the Republican Agenda...because even Republicans are getting pissed off these days (moderates, that is...)
  3. Neserk macrumors 6502a


    Jan 1, 2004
    LOL... that could be fun :D
  4. Sayhey macrumors 68000


    May 22, 2003
    San Francisco
    The far right of the GOP is trying to build a consensus within their ranks that Marbury v Madison and every law since is a distortion of the Constitution. The drumbeat of "arbitrary judges" and "judges legislating from the bench" is all about trying to lay the foundation to overturn settled law of the last 200 years. These are the true "radicals" of today.

  5. Neserk macrumors 6502a


    Jan 1, 2004
    Here is the deal on married, filing single.

    If you are 1040EZ you can't do it.

    If you are 1040A you can, you pay a lower rate but can't take deductions.

    If someone who understands tax lingo better than I do goes to and searches forms for 1040A it explains it better than I can remember it.

    Bottom line: people who are married still pay more taxes per person.

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