Surprise! The people who brought you Proposition 8 are at it again.
And this part is beyond special: Kenneth Starr, the great White defender of our country against alleged extra-marital blowjobs, has become part of the legal team working on behalf of the Proposition 8 supporters who, yesterday, filed briefs in California to nullify thousands of same sex marriages.
(FULL DISCLOSURE: That would include my marriage.)
Star, who is the Dean of Pepperdine Law School, earned his reputation as a defender of morality when he investigated the suicide of deputy White House counsel Vincent Foster and the Whitewater debacle. During that $71million investigation, President Clinton’s involvement with Monica Lewinsky came to light. The House of Representatives impeached the President, but the Senate acquitted him.
The sponsors of the Proposition 8 measure filed three briefs in the California Supreme Court in response to three anti-Proposition 8 lawsuits. One of the anti-Prop 8 suits argues that a constitutional convention was needed to add Proposition 8 to the State constitution.
Starr will serve as lead counsel, and argue the case before the Supreme Court.
Bring. It. On. (Bold face provided by The Daily Horse)