September 13, 2015 12:00 pm -


Iowa radio host Jan Mickelson believes Justices Elena Kagan and Ruth Bader Ginsburg should not have participated in the decision legalizing gay marriage because they’re “liberal Jews.”

MICKELSON:…The case to which I refer: Judge Roberts should have required two of the members of the Supreme Court to recuse themselves, Kagan and Ginsburg, because both of them had literally presided over same-gender weddings previous to the ruling. In any other kind of thing, if they– a vested emotional interest and a vested religious interest in their part, would have caused them to have been required to recuse themselves. If they had a monetary interest in the outcome of a court case, they would have been required to recuse themselves. In this case, they had a religious motivation for moving forward and conducting same-gender marriage: they are both liberal Jews. No, I’m not saying anything bad, this is a correct assessment of their world view.




D.B. Hirsch
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