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Gay Republican Fred Karger Reminds Justice Clarence Thomas Why He Must Support Gay Marriage

by David Badash on December 7, 2012

in Legal Issues,Marriage,News,Politics

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Fred Karger, the gay Republican who this year ran for the GOP presidential nomination for president, posted this image to his Facebook page today to remind Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas why he must decide in favor of same-sex marriage.

“In 1967 the U. S. Supreme Court made interracial marriage legal in all 50 states (Loving v Virginia),” Karger writes. “Justice Clarence Thomas could not have married his wife in Virginia where they live had the Court not done the right thing under Equal Protection. Now SCOTUS will again make all Americans equal.”

In the comments, Karger adds, “We may not get Thomas’ vote, but his friends may out of respect for him. That’s my prediction.”

We’ll see…

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James_M_Martin December 7, 2012 at 9:56 pm

Marrying a white woman was the ultimate goal of this disgraceful jerk, but he had to mash on good black women on his way up. I do honor him for coming up with the slogan, "high tech lynching." We are seeing that today in the advance persecution of Ms. Rice. Your point was well taken, however; it really wasn't but a couple of generations ago that rednecks and racists thought miscegenation the work of Satan at best.

Robroberts2013 December 9, 2012 at 1:13 pm

It is pretty well known that Thmas hates the gays and he seems to have forgotten that he is a minority himself. I fully expect this clown to rule against equality. He is an embarrasment to the Supreme Court and to the United States.

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