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Thursday, February 12, 2004

The Ultimate Fall-Back Position

I know I've blogged only about Peter Bronson this week, but today's column requires a response. Two responses actually. First, I find it almost howlingly funny that Bronson, in his effort to come up with some argument in favor of Issue 3 that doesn't sound like irrational fear-based gay-bashing and after almost a year and a half of attacking Judge Dlott over the policing collaborative, now argues that all this talk about Issue 3 being discriminatory should cease because the Sixth Circuit upheld the law. And beyond being a blatentlt internally inconsistent about-face, his argument also shows a stunning (or intentionally self-serving?) lack of comprehension of the role of the federal courts. While I usually disagree with him, this is one of the few times I can say that Bronson truly should be embarassed by his argument.

Tuesday, February 10, 2004


I'm not usually one to care at all about bickering between religions, but Peter Bronson's anti-Catholic bias is so obvious and extreme that I can't help but at least make note of it.

Monday, February 02, 2004

A real man?

Sitting here in my 21st floor office, watching two men on nothing more than glorified tree swings clean my window. I almost wet myself just watching them.