Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Judges and Ice Cream

In a news item from last weekend that has been overlooked, conservative Christian groups gathered at a Dairy Queen restaurant in Westminster, Colorado on Sunday to put pressure on Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar (D) over the issue of Senate filibusters of conservative judicial nominees. The Dairy Queen is owned by the Senator’s wife.

Rumor has it that the protestors were also upset with the restaurant's decision to serve the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Blizzard believing that a strict interpretation of the Dairy Queen menu only allows the restaurant to serve Original! Blizzard Flavor Treats.

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At 11:14 AM, Blogger Bob Enyart said...

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At 11:19 AM, Blogger Bob Enyart said...

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Justice Sundae:
The Ice Cream Social Event of the Year

Salazar blames Dairy Queen protest in part for his calling James Dobson the "Anti-Christ."

In reality, the protest criticized both Salazar, for being pro-choice, and Focus on the Family. Why Focus?

Dobson is outraged by his "own" judges! Even though Dobson gave the 11th Circuit decision against Terri Schiavo as an example that the judiciary is “out of control,” all six of the justices nominated by his pro-life Republican presidents (Reagan, Bush I, and Bush II), voted against his own position. All six voted against Terri! Not one voted for Dobson's own position. He’s outraged by his own judges. As KGOV.com reports, our Christian Right quarter-century strategy has failed to produce pro-life judges.

 

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