Roy Moore Has Had Enough Of Your Gay Shit [VIDEO]

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, flanked by his hate group leader wife and Liberty Counsel head Mat Staver, this afternoon held a press conference to denounce the mentally ill “atheists, homosexuals, and transgenders” who conspired with the SPLC to file ethics complaints against him with the state Judicial Inquiry Commission. AL.com reports:

The JIC, which could determine whether Moore is brought up on ethics charges, is the wrong venue to bring the complaint, according to the chief justice and his attorney, Mat Staver. They said the SPLC, Human Rights Campaign and other groups should bring the complaint instead to the U.S. Supreme Court.

After the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling that made same-sex marriage legal in America, Moore ordered the state’s probate justices not to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. Moore maintained that the Supreme Court ruling had no bearing on Alabama’s constitutional ban on gay marriage.

“This is not about religion,” Moore said at the press conference. “This is about my marriage and my legal orders.” Asked why he called the press conference, Staver said he was not anticipating an immediate ruling by the JIC, but wanted to clear up what he believed were mischaracterizations. Moore said his orders to probate judges never instructed them to defy a federal order.

From the Liberty Counsel:

The politically motivated complaints filed with the JIC have no basis in the Canons of Judicial Ethics. The Alabama Supreme Court is the only body that has statutory authority to overrule administrative orders of the Chief Justice. See § 12-5-20, Ala. Code 1975.

The complaints filed against the Chief Justice ask the JIC to usurp the legal authority of the Justices of the Alabama Supreme Court to review the administrative orders of the Chief Justice.

Those complaints also pose a threat to the doctrine of judicial independence. Judges must be free to exercise their considered judgment without the threat of being attacked by organizations and individuals who wish to misuse the ethical process to further a radical political agenda.



RELATED: Totally without any help from daddy, drug charges have been dropped against Moore’s son.

Moore in January had pleaded not guilty and waived arraignment on charges in an indictment for unlawful possession of a controlled substance (alprazolam), a felony, and possession of marijuana second degree, a misdemeanor.

Moore’s jury trial had been set for March 2 before Circuit Judge Jeffery W. Kelley, according to court records. But court records show that on Feb. 1 the charges were nolle prossed – or dropped – after Caleb Moore enrolled in a pretrial diversion program of the district attorney, according to an order from Kelley.

  • bkmn

    There’s a reason Mat Staver and Liberty Console were not involved in the Prop. 8 trial at SCOTUS Judge Moore – they are incompetent morons like yourself who believe the holier than thou shit that flies out of their mouths and never learned how to present actual facts. I predict Judge Moore will be back to Mr. Moore in no time.

  • MattM

    Nothing says “innocent of ethics violations” quite like holding a press conference with a well-known anti-gay organization to denounce uppity faggots. So very ethical.

  • If marriage equality has any kind of effect on your marriage, Judge Moore, it’s because you’re gay. You and your sleeveless-dress-wearing whore of a wife and drug addict son deal with it.

  • fastlanestranger

    Moore, Moore, Moore! How do you like it? How do you like it?
    Moore, Moore, Moore! How do you like it? How do you like it?

    • rusty57

      Christ, now I’m twirling around the room!

      • fastlanestranger

        It really is a great song.

        • Good Shot Green

          Classic.

    • Acronym Jim

      You’ve got to have the sound to go with the lyrics, girl!
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVZKJt4WzxM

      • Phillip in L.A.

        Mmmmm, porn-star disco

        • TimCA

          I didn’t know about her porn past until you brought it up. So then I decided to look up her bio. Sadly it appears she passed away approximately 5 years ago. 🙁

          • Phillip in L.A.

            This was a scandalous affair when the song broke on AM radio

  • danolgb

    “They said the SPLC, Human Rights Campaign and other groups should bring the complaint instead to the U.S. Supreme Court.”

    Um.. that’s not how the Supreme Court works.

    • Chucktech

      You’d think that the Chief justice of the State Supreme Court and his counsel would know that. Of course, we’re talking Alabama, here…

      • Bob Conti

        More pointedly, we’re talking Liberty Counsel and Roy Moore here.

  • JTC

    I’ve had enough of this motherfucker. Making it all about him when he’s trying to deny gay couples in my state their constitutional right to marry. How in the hell do their marriages affect yours, Moore? Fuck him and the Liberty Counsel.

    • Frostbite

      Well obviously it’s threatened because he now has cravings for cock and his wife wants to lick some vagina.

      • Brad Lathem

        “Now”?

        • Frostbite

          Well the weren’t brought to the surface until the gays were allowed to get married, before then he just stuck to airports and back alleys.

          • lattebud

            And he had to visit his son in jail and saw all those hunky males with shirts unbuttoned looking at him like the piece of ass he longs to be

    • Good Shot Green

      Even if it did affect his marriage, too fucking bad.

  • Paula

    That face is very high on the punchable list, too.

    • oikos

      Every face in the photo.

    • Frostbite

      I’m thinking a good kick to the groin, for research purposes, see if he has any balls.

      • Bryan

        Square in the nutz.

    • RaygunsGoZap

      I have brass knuckles! Just sayin….

      • TrollopeReader

        but a ray-gun ….now that’s fun!!

        • Falconlights

          And for close up action, there’s always a stun gun. Just in case someone wants to get up close and personal (though I can’t for the life of me imagine anyone who would want to).

      • Mark

        I have my pointy toe Nacona boots and I’m not afraid to use em……though, cleaning them up afterward, eeeeewwww

        • david fairfield

          I’d be happy if you did it, but I’m afraid you’d have to throw them in the trash afterward. They would never clean up…

    • JCF

      Backpfeifengesicht.

  • Yep. That made totes sense.

  • MattM

    Does this look like the face of someone that’s both confident in their heterosexuality and legal righteousness?

    “What wide eyes you have.” “All the better to stare down homo demons with.”

    • coram nobis

      “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.”

      • TampaZeke

        “We’re gonna need a bigger goat!”

    • clay

      Those eyes say, “Wut?” so often.

      • b

        Give that guy a tequila.

      • TampaZeke

        His mouth says a lot of shit, but his eyes say, “I don’t know what the fuck I’m doing!”

  • pj

    shes wearing her official robes dont you know. makes it much more serious.

  • jmax

    “Judges must be free to exercise their considered judgment without the threat of being attacked by organizations and individuals who wish to misuse the ethical process to further a radical political agenda.” Wow. Do they have any idea how stupid it sounds for them to make that claim?

    • Soren456

      Sort of jumps right out at you.

      “Judicial independence—ONLY if I agree with the ruling.”

    • sfbob

      Clearly they don’t clue.

    • Ninja0980

      That’s rich considering he and Tom Parker will gladly heed the beck and call of the AFPC, the Focus On the Family Hate Group for Alabama at the drop of a hate.

    • b

      It is bizarre. He directly defied, with a court order, a clear and unambiguous opinion of the Supreme Court. Now he suggests in this press conference, that the psychiatric community was wrong to stop classifying LGBT people as mentally ill.

      He is an outlaw.

  • Michael Rush

    Look at fuckface Mat Staver behind him , Mat Staver and Liberty Council are behind most of the anti-gay laws masquerading as ” religious freedom ” this is the biggest story of the year and he needs to be stopped .

    I post this frequently but I think is is VERY important ….
    here’s Chris Hayes DESTROYING Mat Staver , watch Mat not answer EVEN ONE QUESTION HE IS ASKED , fucking slime , he’s getting filthy rich from this stupid game , he is evil personified …

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJYTCiVeLlM&t=1m43s

    • bkmn

      It’s about time the Bar Association started cleaning its own ranks and I have a good idea of where they should start.

    • D. J.

      Answering questions with questions means you know your arguement is a losing one.

      • Balderdashing

        He doesn’t even do that: he just returns to his own talking points regardless of the questions asked or rebuttals. He uses “interviews” like a street corner zealot, nothing but gainsaying.

    • Zoey

      Fuck face has got it wrong. In the bible you have stories of one man and many women that was considered normal too.

  • TampaZeke

    There’s something incredibly fishy about why so many people continue to seek representation from Liberty Counsel, which has an almost perfect losing record. Even Christians aren’t that stupid and delusional. There’s got to be something more to the story.

    There’s GOT to be some kind of kick back somewhere.

    • Jude Newton

      Follow the money all the way to the Green family who own Hobby Lobby,

    • leo77

      Well they provide their services for free so pursuing these losing cases don’t cost the plaintiffs anything. This all about publicity, advancing the narrative that christian’s a persecuted and eventually about fund raising.

      • Chucktech

        …pursuing these losing cases don’t cost the plaintiffs anything.

        That’s not true. Somebody has to pay the legal fees of the losing side, and it ain’t Staver and Co.

      • clay

        Staver then uses his court cases as evidence in the bills he’s been writing for state legislators.

        • D. J.

          He has a template bill now and you know he charges full time for each one as though it was an original.

          • clay

            And how much are you willing to bet that it’s actually his wife who does the real work, but having her up front wouldn’t be acceptable to his donor class?

          • clay

            lest we dare they the bills have evolved.

        • TampaZeke

          The very definition of Begging the Question.

      • Bob Conti

        Clearly you get what you pay for.

      • TampaZeke

        I’m stereo-typically Scottish, tight as a tick, but I’d rather pay for competent legal counsel than get SHIT for free.

        • Sporkfighter

          Yep. Just skipping the shit is free, too.

        • rusty57

          There is being frugal, and then there s being foolish.

      • Gest2016

        YES. This is about THEIR narrative, not ours. They profit by creating fear, a powerful human emotion. They must continue the fear narrative, thats why transgendered are being made into murderous psychopaths. FEAR.

        • David Walker

          Let’s not forget fear’s partner in ignorance, hate. May them tumble down the hill like Jack and Jill. Soon, please.

    • coram nobis

      If Moore is facing an ethics trial he needs someone whose practice is in that area. BTW, where is Staver licensed to practice? He either needs to be admitted to the Alabama bar or get temporary privileges pro hac vice. Assuming, of course, that he bothers to abide by the governing law.

      • clay

        Florida (Virginia? one of the Carolinas?) and Kentucky.

      • Stev84

        These legal hate groups always have local lawyers affiliated with them.

      • bkmn

        Staver and his wife are licensed in Florida. I have not yet confirmed which state Bar Association certifies Liberty Console.

      • Strepsi

        “Assuming, of course, that he bothers to abide by the governing law”
        https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8639/16286409295_ffda04216e_o.gif

        • best.gif.ever.
          .
          zomg, so _those_ are “normals”.

      • delk

        They probably tell their graduates which bar they will sit and where they will practice. As long as he has some sock puppet in each state he can lose cases in them.

      • Robincho

        Hic, hæc, hoc, huius, huius, et ceteris — just my little way of saying gitcher ass over and sit by me, goddamnit… 😉

    • Bob Conti

      But they’ll represent you poor oppressed thing FOR FREEEEEEEE!

    • Jimmie Z

      Nah. I have it on good authority that Mat and Anita live in an air house, keep an air office, and eat and drink air. This allows them a low-overhead existence, which enables their law firm to “work with” s0 many underprivileged citizens, such as the Chief Justice of AL Supreme Court.

    • BobSF_94117

      I suspect that their clients get access to their email list of donors suckers.

    • MonochromeMouse

      i think it’s the other way around, the liberty council knows they can’t win, and doesn’t even try to win, the cases they take, they just take them and then drag them out as long as they can while reassuring their client that they can totally win if they just hold out long enough, all the while collecting lots of money for what amounts to pretty easy legal work.

      • bkmn

        non-work in the case of Staver and Co.

        • MonochromeMouse

          yeah, exactly, there has to be a reason they only take clearly unwinnable cases

          • ByronK

            Marketing. They can portray themselves as the go to org for religious discriminatory laws and unfortunately they have a growing market and are making a pretty penny from it probably through donations or kick backs or the such.

    • DaveMiller135

      They work cheap.

    • delk

      The cases are all scams to get stupid kids to drop tons of cash go to Liberty Law School.

  • Steven B

    When I first read the first paragraph, it read as if the Chief Justice Moore’s hate group leader wife and Mat Staver are one and the same. That would explain a lot about their actions.

  • Frostbite

    Yeah. When I want a top notch law team behind me the first guy I think to call is not Staver. Glad to know he’s got quality representation and will win none of his legal battles. 👍

    • Macbill

      But Staver charges fewer dollars for lost causes, so you get more whine for your dollar.

      • Chucktech

        Not when you lose. When you lose, you whine about all the money you have to pay the winning side, all the while “thanking” your crack legal team who has gotten the hell outta Dodge.

    • coram nobis

      Who else has a malpractice in such cases?

      • Jimmie Z

        Staver cannot be sued by Moore when he loses this case, because pro bono.

        • Bob Conti

          Actually a pro bono client can sue for malpractice if the lawyer bollixed up the case. We do pro bono work at my firm (I’m supervising some LGBT asylum cases) and I’ve made sure the type of work we do falls under our coverages.

          • Jimmie Z

            Good to know. I am interested in giving asylum to a Syrian refugee. Can you point me in the right direction?

          • Bob Conti

            Where geographically are you located? I can see if I can find a referral.

          • Jimmie Z

            Houston, TX. I can post & remove my email to facilitate if you like.

  • kcken

    No really, “its everyone else!!”

  • oikos
    • sfbob

      Or maybe you’re just a bigoted asshole who doesn’t really believe for a moment that someone else’s homosexuality actually affects your marriage–or anybody else’s marriage– in any way.

      • Lindyjbird

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    • Sk3ptic

      Until this very moment–and I’m 47–I had never once thought about Yoda getting pleasured.
      But it makes sense he would come alive to a really good fisting.

    • Brian in Valdosta

      BINGO!

    • FAEN

      Isn’t it interesting that Staver is always lurking around. Like a virus.

      • teeveedub

        Grifters gotta grift.

        • FAEN

          And his grift pays for a lot of bondage sessions.

          • b

            They won’t even bother to give him a safe word. “If he screams ‘JESUS!” just ignore him.”

          • Falconlights

            LMAO. I needed a few laughs. Thanks!

          • FAEN

            LOL-thanks for giving me the laugh I desperately needed today.

          • perversatile

            Best safe word ever- “you hit like my Granny”

          • Sarahsgallagher4

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          • Falconlights

            Hmm. Now THAT is an, uh, interesting visual.

        • perversatile

          Flim’s gonna flam

          • Lindyjbird

            “my room mate Mary Is getting paid on the internet 98$/hr”..,……..!wc250ctwo days ago grey MacLaren P1 I bought after earning 18,512 DoIIars..it was my previous month’s payout..just a little over.17k DoIIars Last month..3-5 hours job a day…with weekly payouts..it’s realy the simplest. job I have ever Do.. I Joined This 7 months. ago. and now making over. hourly 87 DoIIars…Learn. More right Here !wc250:➽:➽:➽➽➽➽ http://GlobalSuperJobsReportsEmploymentsSuperGetPayHourly$98…. .❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦:❖❖:❦❦::::::!wc250……..

      • KQCA

        He’s the dildo sniffing for the greasiest ass for his head to go up.

        • FAEN

          SNAP!

          • KQCA

            I think we’re as sick of his mug as he is living with himself.

          • FAEN

            Sick of his mug and majorly DONE with his hate.

        • Falconlights

          BOOM!

        • JCF

          Ew to the mental imagery! }-0<<<

      • delk

        Like an anal wart.

        • FAEN

          That never seems to leave.

      • b

        Creepy, right? Very Vampire.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ap0R_d7siWo

        • Jerry

          Coldplay using footage from 1920 film “Cabinet of Dr. Caligari”, mixed with a lot of other clips.

          • b

            Those actors and producers got they eye right, no?

      • Steverino

        He’s a perfect human embodiment of HIV.

    • ExGayTherapyKills

      This, What is sad is that many psychiatrist still think LGBT people are mentally ill and need treatment and even worse is that some LGBT people are tricked into believing that is true and seek treatment. Anti-gay psychiatry is a fraud and a scam, stop falling for their lies and propaganda. Ex Gay Therapy Kills!

      • Falconlights

        I know it probably can’t be banned for adults (though I wish it could given all the harm that it does), but we need to keep working to make sure it is eventually banned in all 50 states. Being forced by parents to undergo this torture is nothing more than rank child abuse.

        • ExGayTherapyKills

          Ex Gay Therapy can be banned for everybody, because it is torture and abuse of human beings by evil anti-gay Christian psychotherapist. We just need to take a stand and fight for our rights and justice and stop the evil people who harm others. It CAN be done, remember we WON marriage equality and they said that could not be done. Just change your can’t into to a can be done and go out and do just that. Freedom is not free, we just need to fight for it. Make parents who force their children into ex-gay therapy responsible for their crimes and if their child commits suicide as a result of the ex-gay torture then they need to be arrested for murder, along with the people who tortured the child.

          • Falconlights

            You’ll note that I said “probably” since I am not a Constitutional law scholar. I am on board 100% for getting rid of this heinous form of quackery.

  • bambinoitaliano

    Were all the reflective surfaces cover where this press conference was held?

  • AtticusP

    Bless his heart!

    • Acronym Jim

      We’ll prey for him. Or at least for his job.

    • Chucktech

      LOL, it DOES look kinda like See You Next Tuesday!

      • Good Shot Green

        If it’s a C then the u has an extra hump.

    • Jimmie Z

      Aunt Fancy — Is that *YOU*!?

    • motordog

      lol…saved!

    • Six Pins Delores

      LOLZ

    • Glen

      Tsk tsk… getting that through Joe’s anti-c**t filter.

      😀

  • Sam_Handwich

    the wife needs to get her roots done and lay off the pain killers

    • KCMC

      looks fresh off GCB set.

    • leekaygraphics

      Workin’ on her Ambrosia Starling look for tonite’s “private chambers” rendezvous with Your Onher 😜

      • Christopher Smith

        This CU Next Tuesday looks like a *failed* drag queen.

    • JCF

      If I were married to Moore, there wouldn’t be enough pain killers in the world…

  • Acronym Jim

    If he’s had enough of my gay shit, then what the fuck is he doing hanging around my bathroom?

    • PR

      Larry Craig and Dennis Hassert to

  • j.martindale

    Talk to the hand, motherfu*ker. The complaint stands.

  • D. J.

    How can we shit on Alabama when Moor & Staver are hogging the pots?

  • Gaymurcan

    Hey Roy:
    LGBTQ = 5 time Constitutional winners at The US Supreme Court since 2003;
    “anti-gay,” paranoid, unethical, unconstitutional religious posers = 0.
    Case closed.

    • Sk3ptic

      Succinct and irrefutable. Suck it, christocrats.

    • Chucktech

      Staver: “Let’s give it another shot. Jesus told me we’d get lucky this time.”

      • teeveedub

  • Christ: What an asshole. Roy Moore and his minions, too.

  • CaliforniaDude

    What a pig! He’s an eyesore and I can’t wait until the day nobody gives a shit about what he thinks. He’s already irrelevant.

  • coram nobis

    “The wrong venue?” What has the U.S. Supreme Court to do with state judiciary ethics, except on appeal? I see nothing in Art. III that covers this, even if you get into the oddities about SCOTUS having original, as opposed to appellate, jurisdiction.

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/articleiii

    What the HELL are they talking about?

    • clay

      (Alabama State) Supreme Court– you know, the group Roy Moore heads up.

      It looks to me like AL.com mis-quoted them.

      • coram nobis

        That’s right, according to the story the state Supreme Court hears some of this stuff, but that’s not what they’re yowling about.

        The JIC, which could determine whether Moore is brought up on ethics charges, is the wrong venue to bring the complaint, according to the chief justice and his attorney, Mat Staver. They said the SPLC, Human Rights Campaign and other groups should bring the complaint instead to the U.S. Supreme Court.

        Unless SCOTUS somehow has original juristiction on this, no way. I still find the Bizarro World law of Staver and Moore to be a bit disorienting.

        • clay

          Those’re the AL.com reporter’s words. Here’re Mat Staver’s:
          “The Alabama Supreme Court is the only body that has statutory authority to overrule administrative orders of the Chief Justice.”

          • Chucktech

            From the heading of this thread: “They said the SPLC, Human Rights Campaign and other groups should bring the complaint instead to the U.S. Supreme Court.”

          • clay

            “They”, third person, that’s the reporter’s indirect paraphrasing, but when we get a direct quote it reads, “Alabama state”.

          • Shy Guy

            That’s right, but I don’t think an ethics complaint is asking to have his orders overruled, it’s asking them to decide if issuing them proves he’s still an unethical ass who should get the boot for a second time, which is totally what the JIC is for. So a total non-sequitur. IANAL.

            It’s such a shame that getting kicked out the first time didn’t make him ineligible to run again.

        • Jimmie Z

          If mis-lawyering is what gets Moore and Staver’s endorphins flowing — Hey!
          What’s not to love?

  • m_lp_ql_m

    Nope, not about religion at all. /s

  • ceeenbee

    Has staver ever won a case?

    • Jimmie Z

      Obviously the Chief Justice did not vet his “pro bono” counsel prior to “hiring” it.
      Jerb creation!?

  • Cuberly

    With nasty Staver and his bigot wife by his side.

    “This is not about religion,” Moore said at the press conference. “This is about my marriage and my legal orders.”

    Can anybody decipher that line? I haven’t a clue what he means when he says this is about his marriage? Wut?

    Is this another lame LC distraction tactic? How does the….whew…so confused.

    http://33.media.tumblr.com/7c75e2bd21c3accd9e610e260ac8bab6/tumblr_inline_noc9o67yYa1rbra2d_500.gif

    • lymis

      Deciphered “Your marriage is what I say it is.”

    • oikos

      😉

      • Cuberly

        Yay! My favorite SLJ gif!!!!

        • oikos

          I originally got this gif from your posts.

          • Cuberly

            he he…;)

            It’s an awesome gif.

      • Good Shot Green

        The Happening and Black Snake Moan gifs in the same thread? Me gusta JMG.

    • m_lp_ql_m

      “This is not about religion, this is about religion.”

      • Cuberly

        That much is obvious, though they’ll occasionally hid behind the “but it’s tradition” bs. Which isn’t an argument.

    • Good Shot Green

      Upvote for The Happening. Sometimes I feel I’m the only one who likes that movie. Everyone’s affected right from the top! John Leguizamo says “the town of Princeton” – who would refer to Princeton that way unless the Happening is already happening.

      “Lemon drink” is another example.

      • Cuberly

        Well, to be honest I really don’t like the movie. I laughed through it, a lot.

        Sorry 🙁

        • Good Shot Green

          See what I mean? It’s got a bad rep.

  • Bruno

    Poor, poor Roy. Why does this gay shit ALWAYS seem to happen to him?

  • DN

    I thought conservatives *hated* black-robed activists….

    • JustSayin’

      They only hate activists they do not agree with. So Scalia amd Moore are cool with them

  • RainbowPhoenix

    And a lot of people are fed up with your flouting of the Supremacy Clause, you imbecilic cretin.

  • ceeenbee

    Wow! What a whiny little bitch.

  • Mike in Texas

    Well he should get used to it. He’s going to be getting a whole lot more.

  • Jay George

    I hate this state will all my guts. If you read this, check the spelling. First these people need to go to Spelling Jail and when they get out of there, they can go to Asshole Jail.

    This Alabama City Will Now Put Transgender People In Jail For Peeing At Target
    http://thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2016/04/27/3773081/oxford-alabama-transgender-jail/

  • Frostbite

    Given Caleb’s history, this isn’t the last time he’ll have a run-in with the law. Wonder how long daddy can keep protecting him.

    • Jay George

      Caleb will probably do something really, really bad eventually and Dad won’t be able to cover up for him.

      • Octavio

        An overdose.

        • Phillip in L.A.

          Gosh, I hope not–but I must agree, chances are better than 50-50

    • clay

      I wonder why the AG is protecting him.
      (Being in PA) I wonder why the AG hasn’t brought ethics charges against daddy?

      • Frostbite

        politics, bribes, threats, sexual favors, take your pick..

    • Richard, another Canuck

      And with Caleb’s growing rap sheet, isn’t he lucky that the SC overturned Alabama’s 3 strikes and your out law.

  • olandp

    If that man were my father, I’d be on drugs too. Oh wait… Daddy?

  • rextrek1

    ..somebody needs a rest home……

    • With a nice seat that has a funny hat and plugs into the wall.

  • How about I burn you all as witches? Is that what you want? You want to return to a time when paranoia and religious bullshit ruled the world? I can accommodate you, my burn pit still hasn’t been fully lit yet.

  • Taleisin

    “This is about my marriage and my legal orders.”

    Is he afraid his wife will run off with her lesbian lover?

    • Johnny Wyeknot

      More likely a bible salesman.

      • Taleisin

        lol

    • Reality.Bites

      It happened to that douchebag in Texas.

      • Taleisin

        I’m sure his wife is much happier now,
        and enjoying a better sex life.

  • zeddy303

    Hey Roy Moore…you know what??? F*** you!!

  • Natty Enquirer

    Not about religion, huh? Then why did you quote the Bible in your letter to Governor Bentley, you noxious bench stain?

  • Jim

    Hey, Roy. Better get yourself a real lawyer because you’re a goner with the one you’ve got.

    • peacfulseas inWA

      I very much doubt he’ll give doorMat full rein. He’s a control freak. DoorMat is window dressing and bankroll.

  • motordog

    Here’s my theory; those on the religious right are terrified. They know full well that they’ve been abominable to us for nearly two millennia…imprisonment, terrorism, torture, death…and they look at the incredible strides we’ve made in a few decades, and their blood runs cold. They think “what would WE do if the positions were reversed? Why, we’d seek brutal retribution!”. They can’t accept that all we want is to live our lives openly, without interference, and for the most part we don’t give a rat’s ass how they live their lives. In their paranoid dementia, they already envision the cattle cars and death camps we will ‘invariably’ use against them…sad, really.

    • oikos

      I have no problem with them wallowing in their fear as they continue to lose legal battles and show the rest of the population just how batshit crazy they are. The more they spew their hate, the faster opinion shifts against them.

    • NZArtist

      They should. I’m planning to treat them with all the Christian love they’re treated us.
      I’m building the death camps even now.

      • motordog

        Shhh! We can’t be telling them all that! How are we going to get them on the ‘Super Happy Fun Train’ to ‘Mega-Awesome Jebus Camp’ if we don’t lull them into a false sense of security? 😉

  • Tigernan Quinn

    Why does Matt Staver look perpetually startled?

    • 3-Star

      Right! His eye movement suggests to me that he may be on drugs.

    • motordog

      Perhaps he’s too ambitious concerning the girth of his butt-plug?

      • clay

        that e-stim is set just a bit too high

    • clay

      Makes me wonder how much his wife (and others) had to help him get through law school.

    • Mark

      He looks like he’s entirely too high on acid and he’s wondering why there’s a dinosaur standing at the lectern giving a speech in French. And yes, I may or may not be speaking from youthful experience.

  • 1Truth1

    …and I’ve had enough of Roy Moores bigoted shit.

  • JT
    • Good Shot Green

      He and Roy Cohn really give Roy a bad name. Roy Scheider helped make Roy better, though.

      • Don’t forget Roy Rogers who was, as we all know, Trigger happy.

  • 3-Star

    His wife is bearing false witness to her brunette roots. I doubt if the carpet matches the drapes.

    • motordog

      Please…I’d rather not envision her ‘carpet’ (with apologies to our lesbian sisters…though I’d assume you wouldn’t want to see it either).

  • Ninja0980

    And we’ve had enough of an asshole trying to push Christian extremism on the rest of us from the bench.

  • anne marie in philly

    we the people have had enough of YOUR homophobic, biogoted, racist, gun-loving, woman-hating shit! fuck right off, h8er!

  • motordog

    Hmm…not normally my type, but I’d do him doggy style on his daddy’s front lawn, just for the laughs. I wonder how long daddy would stand at the window watching…

  • SFBruce

    Liberty Counsel’s claim that the complaints against Moore represent a threat to an independent judiciary is laughable. If it weren’t for the fact that Alabama elects its supreme court justices, Moore wouldn’t even be on the bench. If you believe the election of judges doesn’t undermine an independent judiciary, I have a bridge I’d like to sell you. This reminds of when Moore installed that huge 10 Commandments Monument, and he actually told the 11th Circuit they had no jurisdiction to decide the case which he had appealed to them. He’s not just out of touch with the law, he’s severely out of touch with reality.

    They’re going to have to drag this man out of his office, and I can’t wait to see it happen.

    • Christopher Smith

      In shackles and chains, for a proper PERP WALK.

  • Ninja0980

    Funny how this asshole wants our side to bring complaints to the Supreme Court yet has no problems hearing cases from the Alabama Family Policy Council, the FOTF hate group for Alabama, of which Moore’s fellow theocrat was a founding member of and was involved with them until he was elected as a judge.

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      All in the family.

  • D. J.

    They act like AL law is above US law. If they want to secede from the USA, we should expel AL from the Union Instead.

    • abel

      Put AL under martial law – forever.

      • 2guysnamedjoe

        Build a wall around it, and let ’em devolve into Lord of the Flies.

      • D. J.

        I doubt Militia means what they think it means…..

  • Wynter Marie Starr

    For a person who believes in such things as talking snakes, he got a pair calling anyone mentally ill.

  • Octavio

    Since when has transvestism ever been diagnosed as a medical/psychiatric disorder? Didn’t that nonsense get corrected back in 1969 and 1973 by consensus from the American Psychiatric Association? Since when 1973 have they successfully thrown drag queens in mental hospitals because Moore thinks they are mentally ill? What? Not registering here with this old queen. I’m not buying it.

  • rusty57

    It must be a living hell for these people.
    Imagine your whole world coming undone before your eyes.
    There is a colored boy in the White House, giving orders and acting like he doesn’t know his place.
    Imagine the queers are no longer content to arrange flowers and bake cakes for decent folks’ weddings. Now the queers are getting married and, even worse, expect good christians to provide them with goods and services.
    Imagine how galling it must have been when you had to allow Jews into the neighborhood and country club. Now there are Muslims and God alone knows what other sorts of people moving in and applying for membership.
    Imagine having to listen to the coloreds getting all uppity and demanding the police not shoot their young men as a matter of course.
    Imagine walking into a place of business and having listen to those Mexicans speaking Spanish.
    Imagine knowing that soon your white christian privilege will end as you
    and folks like you become a minority in another generation or two.
    Imagine people telling you that your bigotry, soft and otherwise, is no longer acceptable. That as white christians you can no longer assume the right of privileged entitlement over anyone you decide are less worthy, to insult and abuse as you see fit.
    Imagine knowing in your heart of hearts that those people are right and everything you’ve ever assumed about this world and your place in it has been a lie.
    it’s got to be hell. One might almost feel sorry for the Roy Moore’s of this world, if they weren’t so full of malice and spite.

    • NO MORE GOP!

      If it’s hell, its a fully deserved hell.

    • Phillip in L.A.

      “Imagine knowing in your heart of hearts that those people are right and
      everything you’ve ever assumed about this world and your place in it has
      been a lie.”

      Ding! We have a winner! Thx, rusty57

      • TuuxKabin

        And you added the whipped cream and cherry on top. Thnx Phillip, and a snuggle to that schnauzer.

        • Phillip in L.A.

          Very sweet, TuuxKabin, thx!

    • TuuxKabin

      With you kind permission, I’d like to copy and paste to file for further reference. You pretty much cover it all. Thank you rusty57, and keep that tenor voice singing.

      • rusty57

        Of course.

    • lymis

      I can’t imagine MY world coming apart for any of those reasonst. But I can watch in alloyed glee as theirs does.

    • Orion Dumptee

      was repairing a vending machine in a 50 plus retirement community..in SC…2 (70s +) gals were talking… ‘this whole country has gone to hell now that we have one of ‘THEM” in the WH (sigh)

  • LADY MABELINE

    A legally incompetent judge represented by a legally incompetent “law firm”.To whom do we send the bill for attorney fees?

    • Silver Badger

      Alabama tax payers of course!

    • Bob Conti

      Brian Brown?

  • LADY MABELINE

    Liberty counsel? Give me a break. It is likely they bought legal courses from Hobby Lobby. Law is a professional craft not a DIY craft.

    • Menergy

      I think it was only a fake law degree certificate they bought and put on the wall…

  • Bernie Keefe

    Feds trump State.

  • NZArtist

    … says the man with an invisible friend.

  • teedofftaxpayer

    He’ll be Ted Cruz’s choice for the US Supreme Court Justice.

    • KnownDonorDad

      Ugh, don’t even think it.

  • Ninja0980

    http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/politics/2016/04/27/haslam-signs-controversial-bill-giving-therapists-protections/83509448/
    O/T but TN just passed a law that now allows therapists to turn away LGBT folks or reject them if they come out at a later time.
    The hate continues.

    • Octavio

      And Tennessee was doing so well keeping it’s oars steady in the water. Sound’s specious to me. Something else that needs to be repealed by Federal Courts.

      • clay

        something that will set up psychiatrists, psychologists, and clinical social workers for being stripped of their professional credentials, no? National Organizations are going to be PISSED if the state boards DON’T follow the larger set of ethics.

  • BobSF_94117

    I assume both Moore and Staver are grifting over this issue. Heck, his wife probably is, too. Triple-grift.

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      Of course. Staver’s Liberty Counsel hasn’t won a legal case in years, and makes all its money through grifting. Both men and both wives are heavy grifters.

      • BobSF_94117

        They probably vacation together and steal the towels.

  • Gianni

    How did this man ever get a law license? I’d like to know at what point does he believe he must submit to a legal decision made by the Federal Supreme Court? From the way he talks, the answer is NEVER.

  • Raising_Rlyeh

    “This is about my marriage and my legal orders.”

    How fucking conceited.

  • Richard B

    He looks like a deer in headlights – scared.

  • Homo Erectus

    Question: why does chief justice Moore believe the law of the land doesn’t apply to him? Or his son? (fixed it)

  • Michael Rush
    • rusty57

      Herpes?

      • Tor

        Bigotry is known to appear as red lesions or pimples on one’s face.

        Or was that ignorant stupidity?

        • TuuxKabin

          I think it’s blatant ignorant stupidity.

    • Richard, another Canuck

      He has some sort of skin disorder there..hmmm any guesses?

      • Craig Howell

        Orange Trump Syndrome?

      • lymis

        If you don’t pay very careful attention to moisturizing, the human skin over your lizard skin easily gets patchy and irritated, especially in humid environments like the American South.

    • rabbit_ears

      Still looks batshit crazy.

  • Oh’behr

    Gosh, who knew Roy Moore is more of an attention whore than Sarah Palin.

    • Tor

      Well,he reads all the papers and such…..

  • Phillip in L.A.

    The Chief Justice must be very worried, otherwise why would he hold such an *absurd* “press conference”? Put simply, if the JIC Complaint was as baseless as he claims, he’d have nothing to worry about, would he?

    And why would the US Supreme Court have anything to do with judicial complaints filed with the State of Alabama JIC, referring to actions of an Alabama judge in an Alabama judicial proceeding?

    Roy Moore appears to pose a genuine threat to Alabama’s judiciary–just based on the little I know about him *without* reading the JIC Complaint. Whether based on mental illness, worry about his son (unlikely), or some other source, he should be removed from the bench for the good of the People of Alabama.

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      He was removed from the bench once… and then got reelected by the uninformed voters of Alabama.

      That’s what you get when you get elected judges, and especially elected judges in the deep south.

      • motordog

        Ever hear the expression “Don’t make a federal case out of it”? That came from just what you’re talking about. Judges were so racist and/or corrupt down south, that people (especially black people) had to appeal to the federal courts to get any shot at a fair trial.

      • Tor

        Was it the JIC that removed him?

        • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

          According to Wiki, the JIC removed him during a case in front of the COJ (Court of Justice). The COJ confirmed the removal, as did the Alabama Supreme Court.

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Moore#Removal_from_office

          • Phillip in L.A.

            It’s called the “Court of the Judiciary” in Alabama, Claude Jacques–either you miscopied, or wikipedia is wrong

          • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

            I miscopied.

          • Phillip in L.A.

            I was looking at their website to see if there is anything publicly posted about this, but as of tonight, there was not. iirc, the investigative body has 70 days to look into the complaint before deciding on whether to file a complaint against Chief Justice Moore. So probably no way we will see anything for months, at least (unless there are some ambitious folks there in Alabama)

          • Tor

            Hopefully, the CIJ is not all crazy.

      • Phillip in L.A.

        I know–we unfortunately have them in California, too. (See, e.g., Bird, C.J.; Reynoso, J.; Grodin, J.–all CA Supreme Court Justices “recalled” by the voters for basically doing their jobs)

      • Stev84

        Being removed should automatically make one unelectable

      • William

        We like our crazy people out where we can keep an eye on them.

  • Good Shot Green

    atheists, homosexuals, and transgenders

    If you’re two of those, say a homosexual athiest, are you double ill or do they cancel each other out? Asking for a friend.

    • motordog

      There’s the law of diminished returns. 10 Crazy points for one, the second gains you 8 more, and having the third gives 6 more, for a potential total of 24 points…Maximum Insanity! True fact: believing in a deity gives you 50 Crazy points!

      • Good Shot Green

        Yeesh, being a wingnut looks exhausting.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    OT but NC is not having a good Twitter day. Mine was pretty kind in comparison.
    https://twitter.com/BikerBecca/status/725499735046377472

  • RMillican

    Even in Alabama, a State Supreme Court Justice knows what a Supreme Court Ruling means. Roy Moore has nothing left. All he can do is cry, stamp his feet an blame others, like a toddler caught with his hand in the cookie jar.

  • rabbit_ears

    So why does Staver always look like he’s trying to set fire to everyone with laser powered hate beams?

  • fuzzybits

    I haven’t watched the clip, not sure I want that stink on me today. But what about his marriage? http://images.amcnetworks.com/ifc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/tumblr_n43l77sJuT1qhcd6po2_500.gif

  • Phillip in L.A.

    Actually, just holding this press conference could be an *additional* violation of Alabama’s Canon of Judicial Ethics.

    Who was the idiot who advised Chief Justice Moore to wear his black robe during this? Oh, Matt Staver? Never mind….

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    RELIGION, a truly dangerous lifestyle choice.

  • Joseph Miceli

    Roy, kiss my ass you unreconstructed mouth breathing sack of shit. You violated your oath, you used your office to promote religion and you abused your position to get preferential treatment for your family. You are a disgrace.

  • PR

    Roy you are the one who has mental problems.

  • dcurlee

    I’m not an attorney but ass you can’t overrule the Supreme Court

  • REALLY? Staver: at no time has Moore advocated disobedience to the SCOTUS or federal courts . . . UHMMM I saw the WORDS FLY right out of his mouth! Roll the tape please . . .

  • Sporkfighter

    Alabama . . . when being the worst just isn’t bad enough.

  • What is really sad about this, is that statistically this HOMOPHOBIC bastard, maybe unknown to him, has gay and lesbian family and friends, who die a little every time he says something hurtful about them.

    • RJ Tremor

      I… don’t think… he cares.

      • Treant

        I…don’t think…he has friends or family that talks to him.

  • I’m surprised this asshole hasn’t yet declared Alabama to be a sovereign Christian nation.

    • William

      He likes all that federal money.

  • Richard Charles Ross

    or those who say I can’t accept you as a Transgender because the bible forbids it as a sin” Galatians 3:28

    There is neither Greek nor Jew,

    There is neither slave nor free,

    There is neither male nor female,

    For YOU ARE ALL ONE IN HIM, the Christ

    • NZArtist

      Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,
      Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
      Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
      One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
      In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.
      One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
      One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them,
      In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

      • GanymedeRenard

        I see what you did there.

        • NZArtist

          I thought we’d slipped into the ‘quoting from fictional works’ round.

      • Leo Tallant

        In the Black Speech:

        One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
        One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them,

        Ash nazg durbatulûk, ash nazg gimbatul,
        ash nazg thrakatulûk agh burzum-ishi krimpatul.

      • lymis

        So, volcanoes for the GOP?

      • Hank

        Moore…. behind the facade/robes. /s

    • TampaZeke

      And Aesop said,

      The Lion and the Fox went hunting together. The Lion, on the advice of the Fox, sent a message to the Ass, proposing to make an alliance between their two families. The Ass came to the place of meeting, overjoyed at the prospect of a royal alliance. But when he came there the Lion simply pounced on the Ass, and said to the Fox:

      “Here is our dinner for to-day. Watch you here while I go and have a nap. Woe betide you if you touch my prey.”

      The Lion went away and the Fox waited; but finding that his master did not return, ventured to take out the brains of the Ass and ate them up. When the Lion came back he soon noticed the absence of the brains, and asked the Fox in a terrible voice:

      “What have you done with the brains?”

      “Brains, your Majesty? it had none, or it would never have fallen into your trap.”

      Moral 1: A scoundrel gets by on lies and wit.
      Moral 2: Only foolish asses and lying scoundrels make alliances with lying scoundrels.

      Fairy tale books are full of great stories like that.

  • OT:

    McCain Campaign Cuts Ties With Fundraiser Arrested In Meth Lab Bust.

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/mccain-fundraiser-arrested-meth-bust

    • BobSF_94117

      Hey, it’s a high-profit biz…

      • Hank

        They probably are in the TOP 10%, at least!… or were! /s

  • Paul Hard

    If folks broke the law by performing a marriage that day, arrest them! Or does your court have any recognized authority? Why are probate judges ignoring you and issuing licenses to gay couples? Is it because they know better! Know that Roy is irrelevant? Could be

  • O/T: Sweet spawn of Cthulhu, Carly Fiorina sang earlier today to Ted Cruz’s daughters…and it was every ounce of pure distilled nightmare-fuel creepiness you might imagine.

    http://www.motherjones.com/mixed-media/2016/04/carly-fiorina-just-burst-song-and-it-was-weirdest-thing-ive-ever-seen

    https://twitter.com/MSNBC/status/725427419360813056

    Translation: Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn!

  • SoCalVet

    those lowlifes should be locked up.

  • Dana Chilton

    If you go to the article you can see another story about an Alabama city that just made it a crime (6 months in jail) for transgender persons to use a public restroom.. even in private businesses

    • Randy503

      But conservatism is all about letting business operate with as little regulation as possible.

    • lymis

      Those people, for all the pain they cause, will be the eventual reason these laws are declared unconstitutional. It’s often tough to fight simple institutional low-grade discrimination or to convince people why (for example in this situation) something like “just using the restroom you grew up using” is such a big deal. Shouldn’t be, but often is.

      Throw someone in jail, and you’re on the fast track to SCOTUS.

  • KQCA

    ROFL “Therefore, Ah’ve asked these ‘torneys who’ve grashley donated thar time, to come down ‘n’ ‘splain mah position.” For christ’s sake, the idiot doesn’t even know enough about the issue to explain his own position on it.

    I do love that the bigots are imploding and born-agains and other homophobes are being forced to the surface of the water.

    • ByronK

      Aann I coodn’t ford to pay’em neither.

  • motordog

    lol…I just noticed the guy in the back of the picture…looks like he’s shooting himself in the head. XD

  • ExGayTherapyKills

    What is sad is many psychiatrist still think LGBT people are mentally ill and need treatment and even worse is that some LGBT people are tricked into believing that is true and seek treatment. Anti-gay psychiatry is a fraud and a scam, stop falling for their lies and propaganda. Ex Gay Therapy Kills!

  • TimCA

    Just now bothered to listen to the video. I hope everybody caught the part where Moore actually claims that a group performing even a mock wedding, a wedding with no legal or governmental significance whatsoever, is somehow in violation of the orders of the Alabama Supreme Court.

    Absolutely amazing……..

    • ByronK

      I caught that as well and thought WTF? How is this man still on the bench? And is there no code of conduct that his comments today would have breached? Oh ya, there is the law and then there is Republican law.

    • billbear1961

      He’s a repulsive FOOL–a moral grotesque–who thinks he can PUNISH anyone he likes for anything that offends him!

      His contempt for the Rule of Law in a modern democracy is TOTAL, Tim.

      The thought that such as this MANIAC could be in charge of this country after the election and that decent human beings, solely because of election results, would SIT BACK and let them begin to dismantle our democracy to replace it with a FASCIST theocracy makes one’s GORGE RISE!!

      NO–a thousand times NO!!

      NOTHING can legitimize fascism in ANY circumstances–EVER!!

  • Jay George

    Just in case nobody posted this yet.
    ACLU is not going to take Oxford, Alabama’s shit. 🙂
    https://www.buzzfeed.com/dominicholden/aclu-considers-legal-challenge-to-anti-transgender-restroom?utm_term=.wi7D8Px9pD#.oyr9oZW159

    • billbear1961

      Excellent, Jay!

      • Jay George

        I love the ACLU so much. I don’t know what we’d do without them. 🙂

  • GanymedeRenard

    So the Chupacabra is defending a Christian mullah, just when you thought nothing could get any odder in this freakily political year.

  • Rocco

    I must confess I love seeing the dishonorable Roy Moore punished. I hope (kinda) it doesn’t make me a bad person. I just pray there is video of his descent into the pit of torment every. step. of. the. way.

  • easygoingmister

    I can’t even with this one anymore.

  • Snarkaholic

    Dream on, loser…you haven’t seen ANYTHING yet!

  • TallBearNC

    It’ll just be another loss for the liberty counsel. All they do is take peoples money and very rarely ever win a case if it all

    • corestrength

      I think the real question here is who funds them? They’ve been linked to several anti-LGBT legal movements around the country…

      • lymis

        The people I don’t understand is the gazillionaires who fund them. I can only assume that they see some non-LGBT-related benefit to themselves, like having a political party they can mobilize for things like tax breaks, because seriously, I’ve never understood why they could possibly care enough to spend money on it, even if they are bigots.

  • zhera

    I see he’s got the legal counsel he deserves. Good!

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    • Phillip in L.A.

      flagged

      • Leo Tallant

        Ditto….

  • Michael Hampton

    Didn’t he both in writing and at press conferences say that he could defy the court ruling?

  • Porkie

    Is that Dolores Umbridge, the High Inquisitor of Hogwarts? ….The Dark Lord is truly risen.

  • billbear1961
  • billbear1961

    It is absolutely OUTRAGEOUS that charges have been dropped against that two-faced seditionist’s CRIMINAL son!!

    Clearly, SOME people–namely, canting frauds, GRIFTERS, who loudly PREACH about a return to biblical MORALITY in the nation’s courts–are ABOVE the LAW that they DEMAND all others NEVER be exempted from!!

    These filthy, moralizing SCOUNDRELS are hypocrisy INCARNATE; and, if their like win control of the entire federal government in this year’s elections, these smug, overbearing THUGS will TEAR this nation APART, as their unadulterated CORRUPTION lays WASTE to the Rule of LAW and ALL the tenets of modern, civilized DEMOCRACY!!

  • greenmanTN

    On he ain’t had NEAR enough!

    minnie gonna make pie gif

  • greenmanTN

    Oh he ain’t near enough yet. Minnie gonna make him a PIE!

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/2a/fc/88/2afc887625a93f72756d1b44f378a6c0.jpg

  • BeaverTales

    Translation: “Let’s get as much shit rammed through a divided Supreme court as soon as possible”.

    The 11th district court has 4 vacancies, just waiting for a President Cruz to ram through a set of lifelong Christianist appointees from Libturdy University. They’ll never find Judge Moore in Contempt of God Almighty hisself.

    In fact, criminal charges against your family may just even magically evaporate into thin air, only to magically reappear again against someone else who’s gotten a bit too uppity! That’s Southern Justice&#153 . My family grew up under it 🙂 This shit has been happening for hundreds of years. Christians fighting the dirty long game is as old as Christianity itself.

    It’s all part of God’s plan. The Lard works in mysterious ways!

  • DirtyPierre

    Christ, this douchebag is telling us how to treat him! Quid pro quo. He and his cronies will get what they deserve….Time for the IRS to review the Charitable status of this organization and perhaps to deny them the right to tax free income because it is out of the scope of religion and is politically motivated. It is an abuse of the system that needs to be addressed, it sullies the other deserving charitable organizations who really need the support. These brass balled bigots need to have their 30 pieces of silver taken away. Try funding a hate campaign without tax deductions.

  • kaydenpat

    Calling people who disagree with you “mentally ill” is not proper decorum for a Judge. This man is disgusting. He should know by now that he had to comply with Supreme Court decisions whether he likes them or not.

  • BeaverTales

    All this gay shit wasn’t supposed to inspire empathy and inclusiveness, much less constitutional protections. We’re not supposed to be seen as human beings.

    We’re supposed to be the new ni99ers-We’re supposed to be the untouchably disgusting bad guys, not them! What.is.all.of.this.gay.shit?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! We’re supposed to inspire fear and disgust!….buttsecks..coozelicking…what could be worse??????? our sole purpose is to inspire a desire to protect families from predatory LGBT folk, instead of predatory Christians. Instead of queers, fags and dykes, we should start calling ourselves what we really and truly are: scapegoats.

    • Falconlights

      Thank you! Truer words were never written! And you will see more and more scapegoating, probably accompanied by violence against us.

  • Vicious Malicious

    Staver is always going on about how the Supreme Court doesn’t have right to make law and now he’s defending a judge who made his own laws. Is he trying to win a hypocrisy award?

    • Dan Robinson

      He must have an entire room set aside to display his various awards for hypocrisy, lying, ignorance and being an asshole for Jesus.

  • Dan Robinson

    Is it just me or does he have very small hands?

  • Falconlights

    Oh, so he has never advocated disobedience to the SCOTUS or federal courts? Then what was all his posturing saying that Alabama didn’t have to obey the Obergefell decision. More lying by Staver.

  • Falconlights

    Listen, jerk, we’re tired of YOUR anti-gay shit, along with your bullshit trying to force religion on everyone else with your Ten Commandments stunt (no, we haven’t forgotten that). How the hell does the right of a gay couple to marry affect your sorry butt?

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    What the hell is up with Staver ??? He looks like a freakin’ psycho.

  • Brock

    Here is the original Separation of Church and State

    21 They say unto him, Caesar’s. Then saith he unto them, Render therefore unto
    Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things that are
    God’s.

    Matthew 22:21

  • edrex

    He’s had enough when I SAY he’s had enough.

  • StraightGrandmother

    Boy he is really full of himself, isn’t he?

  • John Calendo

    Remember, despite the photo and the evidence of your senses, none of these people are lunatics. They just look like lunatics. It’s merely a little of that famously amusing Jesus meta commentary on his favorite fundies.

  • bobbyjoe

    Lest we forget; Caleb Moore has multiple arrests, including a DUI:

    From The Montgomery Advertiser, March 16, 2015:

    “Caleb Moore was arrested on DUI and drug possession charges in
    Crenshaw County in 2011. Moore, then 20, applied to be classified as a
    youthful offender. According to court records, Moore also pleaded
    guilty to a misdemeanor charge of use or possession of drug
    paraphernalia in St. Clair County in 2013, and received a suspended
    sentence of three months. In March of last year, Moore was arrested in
    Baldwin County on a misdemeanor charge of use or possession of drug
    paraphernalia. On July 29, Moore pleaded guilty to the charge and was
    given one year’s probation and a suspended sentence of six months,
    according to court records.”

    …Just curious, but how many African-Americans and other minorities in Alabama with multiple drug arrests get arrested again, yet have new charges nolle prossed into not doing any time?

    • bobbyjoe

      Oh, and also– according to AL.com, when Caleb Moore was indicted on
      the latest charges:

      “After being released from jail, Moore lashed out
      on Facebook,saying his arrest was an example of “media and crooked police officers and critics of [Roy Moore]” trying to destroy his father’s career and malign his family.”

      … ah, yes: it’s a years-long set-up going back to 2011 to have you arrested multiple times for various drug charges and drinking and driving, just to “get” your father.

      Aren’t you glad Caleb got his latest charges dropped, since he’s clearly taking full personal responsibility for his actions? And he also so clearly learns by his mistakes. I’m sure it will never, ever, ever, happen again.

  • NMNative

    Judge Moore at home

  • terryinindy

    If you’re worried about Marriage why didn’t you prosecute your governor for the Affair and divorce?

  • Sean

    More uneducated trash from the uneducated trash fake lawyers at “Liberty” Cult.

    I’ve had enough of that servants un-American, insubordinate, ingrate, parasitic behavior refusing to serve the people who are BY LAW his masters who he swore a legally binding oath to serve as they order him to. He is not the boss, he is property.

  • GayEGO

    Huh? Uh duh, my lifetime partner of 54 years, married 12 years in Massachusetts have many friends, gay and straight, married and sincle, and we have not changed any of their lifestyles. I wish Alabama would get rid of this nut cake Rowina Moron!

  • FlyBoi787

    What a fuckstick! If that isn’t a threat to LGBT, What is! Time to March on Alabama to piss him the fuck off just like the African Americans did in the 60’s! Gotta fight for it people! No other way with these right wing f sticks!

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  • B Snow

    This is about HIS marriage? So the people of Alabama get to vote on his marriage now?