ALABAMA: Roy Moore’s Hate Group Thinks Roy Moore Should Be Nominated To Replace Antonin Scalia

The Foundation For Moral Law, the anti-LGBT hate group now headed by the wife of suspended Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, thinks Moore would be an excellent choice for the open seat on the US Supreme Court. From the op-ed linked to by the FML on their Facebook page:

Once again, Judge Roy Moore has been removed from the Alabama Supreme Court because he continues to stand for the US and Alabama Constitutions and the principles our nation was founded upon proving that he is a man of conviction and will not sway from the laws and morals our nation was founded upon.

This is the kind of man we need on the US Supreme Court. In fact, I would be very tempted to support and vote for Judge Roy Moore if he decided to run for president. He is the type of leader that our nation so desperately needs. If I were president, Roy Moore would be my first nomination to the US Supreme Court. If I were chairman of the Republican National Committee, Roy Moore would be the man I would be pushing to run for the White House.

Yet another rally in support of Moore is scheduled for this weekend. A rally held last month was predicted to draw “many thousands” but fewer than 200 actually showed up. The Foundation For Moral Law advocates for replacing the federal government with a “biblically correct” Christian theocracy. (Tipped by JMG reader Mike)

  • Gest2016

    Just look at that face — hatred oozes out of every single pore. What a vile bigot, I wouldn’t nominate him to be dog-catcher.

  • Cuberly

    “The Foundation For Moral Law advocates for replacing the federal government with a “biblically correct” Christian theocracy.”

    So basically a white-power theocracy.

    • PLAINTOM

      White ISIS.

      • Cuberly

        Pretty much.

      • Frostbite

        I prefer Oxyclean myself, doesn’t have that stench of shit.

      • Todd20036

        Vanilla ISIS

        • Joe in PA

          Baa daa bump!

        • Stephen Elliot Phillips

          Ice ice baby

        • Steverino

          Abolitionist Carry Nation and her minions: Dry ISIS

      • GC

        Y’all Qaeda.

    • Silver Badger

      We tried that in Europe. It didn’t work. People died.

    • Chucktech

      If there’s one takeaway for me with the current state of the Republican Party and their appalling sideshow trainwreck with Trump, it’s that Muscular Jesus and His Republican cohorts have seen their best days pass them by. Dare I say their twilight is approaching. Maybe I’m overly optimistic, but I just can’t help but be amazed at how little influence christians seem to be having in this election season.

      • Todd20036

        Only if the goobs lose as much as polls suggest come November.

      • Cuberly

        E. J. Dion wrote a piece along these lines. Was rather interesting.

        https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/conservative-christians-share-communion-with-trump/2016/06/01/a4ced936-280d-11e6-ae4a-3cdd5fe74204_story.html

        I hear what you’re saying but I tend to look at it as we’re at a tipping point in this election. Their influence will only fall off that cliff if Dems pull off a sweep. Don’t want to jinx it but I think there’s a chance this will happen.

        • Chucktech

          I saw that article. Just finished reading his book on how conservatism has gone off the rails. A good read, if you like that sort of thing!

          • Cuberly

            Lol…I’m sorta in politics overload. Been reading the 2015 Science Fiction short story collection. I need some escapism…lol…

  • Alan43

    So ridiculous I don’t even know how to respond

  • vorpal

    A rally held last month was predicted to draw “many thousands” but fewer than 200 actually showed up.

    And once again, conservatives demonstrate that the countings is hard work.

    • Paula

      Numberz iz hard!

      • Indeed!

        • Todd20036

          A Haiku:

          Hello Mathematics.
          Please grow up and solve your own
          Problems. Thank you much.

          • vorpal

            Reply from Mathematics:

            Hello Todd. You like
            Numbers based on your user
            Name, so suck it, bitch.

          • MB

            Black cat. Cuddly and soft.
            Your claws are still so sharp.
            Come sit on my lap.

          • vorpal

            My Dearest MB
            You don’t need to tell me twice.
            I’m already there :D.

          • MB
          • vorpal

            Haha! Okay, I LOLed :-).

          • GC

            …said no actual kitty ever.

            (In an ideal world, that is!)

          • Beagle

            Looks like our Coco, that time he snuck into the laundry room and then got into the heating ducts.

          • Robincho

            I don’t understand…
            You love it when I do this…
            Oh wait, no… that’s Todd…

      • GC

        1+1+1 = 1.

        • arewemenoramidevo

          Why yes, I would love a Negroni.

          • MB

            One of my ‘specialities’ – best when served with a slice of fresh orange 🙂

        • Fyva Prold

          Modulo 2

          • vorpal

            See comment to GC above. The finite field of order p for a prime p is always isomorphic to the integers mod p.

        • Fyva Prold

          Come together! Right now! Over me!

        • vorpal

          Well… in the finite field of order 2…

          • GC

            Or, equivalently, using a different geeky approach, single-bit precision.

          • vorpal

            Single bit precision / modulo 2 is the same thing as the finite field of order 2 :-).

    • Statistics Pailn

      Naturally, mathematics is a form of sodomy. Numbers multiply without having gender or sex.

      • Paula

        I did not know that! That makes sense.

      • vorpal

        Clearly, they recruit.

        • GC

          So where are all the toasters?

        • MB
          • abel

            What in HELL are they doing? Not that I wouldn’t cheerfully join in, mind you, but what are they supposed to be doing?

          • JIM W

            Building a team. Learning that being that close to someone isn’t going to do you harm. If you can put your face in someones ass, and trust them not to shit in you face, you’ve learned to trust them with about anything. It works. Military team building is very successful. And now with openly LGBT men and women in service, that games becomes even more about learning to trust and rely on your team.

          • abel

            Thanks for the education! Never was in the military. In my day, they didn’t want us. There being a nasty little war going on at the time which claimed the lives of several friends, I didn’t mind missing the experience.

      • Steverino

        And they work toward equality.

    • MB

      Poor Janet Porter – she couldn’t even get 6 people to protest at over 1700 Target stores around the country on June 4. She is such a smarmy, evil bitch.
      I just have one comment for her and other racist homophobic bigots like Ray Moore: BOO.FUCKING.HOO.

  • Gustav2

    Awwwwww, his wife thinks he is smart. Ain’t it cute?

    • MrSkippy

      Well, if she doesn’t he’ll just beat the tar out of her. Just like the Bible says to do.

    • PLAINTOM

      But she would only be tempted to vote for him if he ran for President. He must have smaller hands than Trump . 🙂

      • Gustav2

        Well then, bless her little heart for staying with him.

        • Silver Badger

          Stand By Your Man…

          • Gustav2

            Maybe there is a reason for ‘no sex before marriage’ in his faith.

    • Frostbite

      If she’s a proper biblical wife she’ll think whatever he tells her to.

  • JustSayin’

    Yeah like that will happen.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    And this, Ladies and Gentlemen, is why we must Vote Blue No Matter Who. Get over your butthurtz as to who the nominee ultimately is and vote for the Democrat or this could actually become a reality.

    • AtticusP

      |/

      • Silver Badger

        ???

        • Rebecca Gardner

          Refresh to see the picture.

        • AtticusP

          The “amen” was for Becca’s post–NOT the subject line!

      • oikos
        • Richard, another Canuck

          Exactly what I thought: a horror show in the making!

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      • MB

        I’ll drink to that, and it’s only 10:30 am on Monday.

        • AtticusP

          It’s Monday. That’s reason enough…

    • Todd20036

      I think he’d make a great VP pic. The slogans write themselves:

      Trump/Moore: Think less.

  • Paula

    On that same line of thinking, this guy would make a good choice, too.

    • Robincho

      He obviously meant “Your Guilty”…

    • Michael Rush
      • Rebecca Gardner

        That is EXACTLY why I am against the primitive and barbaric death penalty.

        • Todd20036

          Indeed. You can’t take it back.

          At the very least, to be eligible for the death penalty, one cannot simply be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, but found guilty beyond a shadow of a doubt.

          Caught with the weapon, with witnesses, with motive, etc.

          He could be found guilty and sentenced to life, but to be further sentenced to death requires virtually no doubt, not just unreasonable doubt.

          And that’s the most I’d allow. Otherwise, you get innocents killed, like what Scalia advocated.

          • Ragnar Lothbrok

            Not only that, but we cant seem to find a fast, clean, painless, humane way to ” do it right “.

          • Todd20036

            How about force them to watch reality shows and GOP debates until they rip their own heads off.

          • JesterRedPanda

            He said Fast, clean and painless. What you’re advocating is simply the worst form of torture!

          • Todd20036

            Hmm. Jumping out of an airplane without a parachute may be fast and painless, but not clean.

          • Shy Guy

            The last part may be fast. I suspect the trip down would feel quite long.

          • Chucktech

            Honest to false dead god, why don’t they just go to some urban street corner and score some smack, shoot up an overdose, and voila! Apparently, it’s not a bad way to go.

          • vorpal

            Seriously. That was my opinion: why can’t they just administer a massive overdose of opioids with benzos or barbiturates?

            Problem solved, and there are much worse ways to go.

          • Shy Guy

            Perhaps they’re afraid that if they do they won’t be able to buy painkillers anymore, if the drug companies refuse to sell them unless you guarantee you won’t use them for executions? This already happened with other drugs.

          • vorpal

            That actually hadn’t occurred to me, but makes sense.

            LOL Martin Shkreli to the rescue? (Ick.)

          • Chucktech

            If they were trying to get legit, pharmaceutical opioids, they’d be denied by drug manufacturers. But, Jesus, just go out to any street corner and they’re there to be had. Might look a little fishy to a drug dealer having a fat, middle-aged, white Republican-looking type buying them, but there they are.

          • vorpal

            Or =grins= order a whack of research chemical opioids from China. A number of fentanyl analogues and a completely novel opioid called U-47700 (which is magically delicious) are making the rounds, and all are extremely potent and largely unregulated at this point.

          • GC

            If it can be argued at all that killing a fellow human being, against his or her consistent, determined, characteristic will, is ever “humane”….

          • The_Wretched

            The legal term for what you’re describing is ‘scientific certainty’. Most lawyers are in abject horror of the idea of proving something to the level scientists require.

      • JT

        Scalia was himself largely innocent of facts in his writings.

      • Raising_Rlyeh

        That quote just points out the hypocrisy of Scalia even more. He claimed to be a good catholic, but for all its many, many, many, many, faults the RCC at least condemns the death penalty. Scalia was just a rich, conservative douchebag who worshiped himself and embraced theology that helped him out.

        To paraphrase Hitchens, he said this about Jerry Falwell, “If you gave Scalia an enema, he could be buried in a matchbox.”

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      Better call SAUL !

    • prixator

      North Carolina. Of course.

  • danolgb

    Roy Moore’s group said that? I’m shocked (that it took them this long.)

  • FAEN

    Never going to happen Roy. Ever.

  • Mark Ross

    Does that mean that as a Supreme he would expect judges from around the country to ignore U.S. Supreme Court rulings they disagree with, like he did?

    • shellback

      Perhaps we should all ignore court rulings we don’t like.

  • shellback

    “…an excellent choice for the open seat on the US Supreme Court.”
    He isn’t qualified for an open seat in a restroom.

    • TuuxKabin

      Not even in his own outhouse.

    • Well, he has a wide stance.

  • He looks like he just bit the head off of a kitten.

  • Christopher

    !!!

  • crewman

    Of course they think that. They want their religion to dominate and rule everyone. If it was within their power, someone like Rob Moore would be Supreme Mullah of the United States of Christian Law.

  • oikos
  • geoffalnutt

    “biblically correct”? Which version of the bibble. There are eleventy-seven (at last count). I’ll stick with Dr. Seuss. A lot more consistent and edifying… much less violent and depressing.

    • GC

      The Bible is inconsistent. Followers have to cherry-pick. That goes for insular, hateful fundamentalists as much as for the kinder, gentler, peace and love types.

      • Paula

        I know. I don’t care what the buybull says, I will plant my wheat wherever the fuck I want to. I like shellfish!!!!!
        Shellfish makes you live!!!

  • D. J.

    No conflict of interest there……/s

  • Michael Smith

    I think Bill Gates should give me ten million dollars, but that isn’t happening either.

    • Robincho

      That would involve him pulling up the sofa cushions and rooting around among the Cheetos…

  • Silver Badger

    Not only no, but HELL NO!

  • The_Wretched

    Folks can have a religion, that’s fine. Folks wanting to install their religion as government, is not. Moore and friends want nothing less than themselves running a theocracy.

  • Blake Jordan

    Sadly his nonexistent relationship with ethics would not disqualify him…

  • oikos
    • Marides48

      Switzerland 1993, I was heading towards Interlaken when I arrived at a cross roads with these signs.

  • Michael Smith

    “Once again, Judge Roy Moore has been removed from the Alabama Supreme Court because he continues to stand for the US and Alabama Constitutions”

    Ignoring Judicial supremacy and the rule of law is not in the U.S Constitution.

    • Silver Badger

      He was only suspended from the Alabama Supreme Court once. That other time he was just a simple country judge.

      • The_Wretched

        He was Chief Justice when he was removed for the big granite 10 commandments monument flap too.

        • Silver Badger

          I stand corrected. Thank you.

          • JesterRedPanda

            wait so this means he has been removed from a seat of power 3 times now? Fuck me…

          • Silver Badger

            Would you like to schedule an appointment?

          • Jay George

            Twice as far as I can figure.

    • The_Wretched

      Evangelical theocrat double speak, the “US Constitution” they are talking about is the one that God gifted to Moses during judeochristian history and is the foundation of our holy christian nation.

      • GC

        Handed down to the Founding Fathers by White Jesus Himself, from astride a velociraptor and toting an AK-47.

  • AtticusP

    Roy Moore: the Robert Bork of the new millennium.

    • Silver Badger

      Or the Borg. Either works.

  • bkmn

    Oh yeah. Let’s nominate someone to SCOTUS that should be disbarred. Xtain logic.

    • Chucktech

      Why the hell would he even WANT the job? Apparently, SCOTUS has no power over some states like Alabama…

  • Fyva Prold

    Judge says “Ignore the Supreme Court decision”? Nominate him to the Supreme Court!

  • TallBearNC

    NEVER. GOING. TO. HAPPEN.

  • OT: Obama Is Eager to Hit the Stump for Hillary Clinton and Shred Donald Trump http://nyti.ms/1TRBr1E

    HILLARY WINS!

  • Skokieguy [Larry]

    Since Alabama has passed a ban on Sharia law, doesn’t that all by itself prevent him from continuing to serve in Alabama?

    • TallBearNC

      Yes, But when has that ever stopped that man Lol

      I think he actually thinks he’s pretty much invincible

    • Robert

      That’s Muslim Sharia… It’s not the same as Christian sharia even if the outcomes would be similar.

  • TallBearNC

    Ray Moore speaking for right wing Christians: resistance is futile

    Liberals: I sent them a command effectively putting them to sleep

    Result: self destruct.

    If only it were that easy

  • j.martindale
    • Get Real

      Actually Americans mispronounce (and misspell) the real word but the joke is always good…

  • Robincho

    Not quite as heinous as nominating Clarence Thomas to succeed Thurgood Marshall, but getting real close there…

    • Gustav2

      But would Roy Moore join a bench with Roman Catholics and Jews on it? Wouldn’t that stain his white robe?

      • Robert

        To be a voice for His people.

  • Roy Moore…

  • Cackalaquiano

    Oh good lord, if he managed to get nominated, I have no confidence that the Dems in Congress wouldn’t just roll over and hand him the justice’s seat.

    • lymis

      I don’t know that they’d give him a seat, but if he was nominated by a Republican, they’d certainly give him interviews and a vote.

    • Robert

      They stopped Bork and Meirs..

      • Cackalaquiano

        Where were they when Scalia was nominated? Did he just not have such a whacko history at the time?

        • The_Wretched

          Scalia was conservative early on but not the flaming faux news troll he grew into in the last 10 years. He used to make extremely well written and strong arguments (even if they had horrible and bizarre baked in assumptions that were hard to tease out).

        • Robert

          That’s a good question. They say Reagan and Tip O’Neil were close friends in private, so maybe Tip let him slip as a favor. Or maybe he was largely unknown and hadn’t said anything too inflammatory by that point.

  • Ernest Endevor

    Alabama dentistry at its finest.

  • Frostbite

    I think a Gummy Bear should be appointed to the vacancy, at least he will be delicious!

  • JT

    “Thinking” is not exactly an appropriate word for that group.

  • Joe knows who I am.

    Sniff, sniff… Smells like desperation.

  • FML indeed!!

  • Robert

    Yeah let him run on a biblically correct God ticket. He can have Kim Davis as his running mate and Sarah Palin as Secretary of State.

    His chief of staff can be Frothy Sanitorium and his HHS Secretary Mike Huckabee.

    Michelle Bachman, Franklin Graham and his mentally ill sister Anne can be czars of something right wing.

    Now give them a Democratically controlled House and Senate…. and we can all sit back with popcorn and other treats and enjoy the fireworks for the next 4 (and it would only be 4) years.

    • Hue-Man

      Sonny can be the Drug Czar.

  • Robincho

    Not quite as ridiculous as nominating Uncle Tom to succeed Thurgood, but close…

  • NancyP

    I can imagine the thoughts of all eight SCOTUS Justices – “NOOOOOOOOOOO – don’t saddle us with this jerk for the rest of his life”

  • “I would be tempted” = but not really…

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    LOL, right and lady Bristol thinks Sarah should be on the Supreme Court too.

    Just wait until your new court show ( still no takers ) takes off lol.

  • olandp

    Why would he want to be on the SCOTUS? He has said they have no authority.

    • Johnny Wyeknot

      Good point.

  • KnownDonorDad

    FML is possibly the most unintentionally apt abbreviation ever.

    • romanhans

      If anybody’s L is F’ed it’s definitely those folks.

  • Lakeview Bob

    I just cannot understand using the Bible to hate people. Conservatives say that liberals are delusional but their delusion is founded on hate not the common good.

    • Friday

      Conservatives, they’d rather hurt someone than learn something. Pretty much what that is.

  • Michael Abbett

    They also think the Earth is only 6,000 years old and that dinosaurs and humans coexisted at the same time. In other words, they’re bat shit crazy and the only time we should pay them any mind is in a voting booth.

  • RainbowPhoenix

    If Trump is elected, it could happen. So Vote Blue No Matter Who.

  • 5moreminutes*imtired

    Bork 2.0.

  • Hank

    “This is the kind of man we need on the US Supreme Court. In fact, I would be very tempted to support and vote for Judge Roy Moore if he decided to run for president.”

    • Helen Damnation ✓✓Viagrafied

      For a minute, I thought this was Dr. Stabby. A bit too raucous for such a distinguished physician, I’m afraid.

      • Hank

        Dr. Stabby would have to be awake/alive/off the meds that have him so sedated to be able to laugh at all!! /s

  • dcurlee

    I just spit out my soda laughing

  • Johnny Wyeknot

    The jury is in. Roy Moore’s wife is as stupid as he is.

    • Jay George

      And folks wonder why their kid is a hopeless substance abuser…

  • Michael White

    Can we have a biblicaly correct Jubilee Year where all debts are forgiven so I don’t have to pay my mortgage any longer?

  • Herald

    For the good of this country I am so glad you (Dave Jolly) hold neither of these positions! “If I were president, Roy Moore would be my first nomination to the US
    Supreme Court. If I were chairman of the Republican National Committee,
    Roy Moore would be the man I would be pushing to run for the White
    House.”

    That site has Disqus comments but I dared not even go there.

  • Yeesh… the man was removed from the Alabama bench once because he refused to follow lawful court orders. He’s about to be removed again for defying lawful U.S. Supreme Court rulings and federal court orders — and for abusing the powers of his office in attempting to give unlawful orders to Alabama probate judges.

    The man would make Scalia look like a paragon of consistency and self-restraint.

    • rusty57

      No small feat that.

  • lattebud

    Somehow, I think the Senate would look at him and say “WTF?”

    • Unless the GOP controls the Senate, then it’d be “He’s a marvelous God-fearing conservative! Confirm him IMMEDIATELY!”

      Which is why winning the Senate should be the Democrats top priority, right after winning the White House.

  • Jay George

    Roy Moore can take Scalia’s place in Hell.

  • bkmn

    ..

  • Johnny Wyeknot

    Look how soiled the knot in his tie is. That comes from a sweaty neck. Disgusting. It also means Mrs. Moore doesn’t even look at him when he leaves home. Argh…

  • JIM W

    If you use Trumpthink, Moore couldn’t accept the nomination from a (heaven forbid) black President.

  • Mark

    The only ‘seat’ this dumb sonofabitch should be on is in an outhouse.

    • Talisman

      under, even.

  • HA! Oh, I think I’m having a fartattack from all the belly laughter here.

  • Gaiboi66

    “Roy Moore’s Hate Group Thinks Roy Moore Should Be Nominated To Replace Antonin Scalia.”

    Yeah, right! For them, he would be their dream pick!

  • Robert Conner

    Roy Moore would get nominated in a New York minute. Well, if Roy Moore were only Catholic.

  • Homo Erectus

    Oh, sure – just as soon as Donald Trump becomes president.

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  • B Snow

    Roy Moore should definitely run for President, to give all true conservatives a choice in November. How can we get him on the ballot in all 50 states? Please, someone make this happen.