House GOP Leaders Absent on Second Day of Arguments

, The National Law Journal


WASHINGTON — The undercurrent of excitement that energized the courtroom audience for the first day of argument in the same-sex marriage cases did not wane on Wednesday, as the justices took up the challenge to the federal Defense of Marriage Act.

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  • Sikntyrd2011

    THAT, my friend, is the reason where the GOP shows their weakness. They are not as aggressive as the liberal politicians. The squeaky wheel ALWAYS gets the grease. As squeaky as the liberals are, and even as they get their way, I still find them offensive and corrupt. They are corrupting society, they are corrupting the system, and they are corrupting America.

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