08 December 2016

Supreme Action

As you probably know, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died in February 2016. The following month, President Obama nominated Judge Merrick Garland to fill that vacancy, but Republicans in the Senate refused their constitutional advise and consent duties and the seat remains vacant.

Thereafter, then-candidate Donald Trump released several lists of people he would name to the Supreme Court if elected. He also revealed that the ultra-conservative Heritage Foundation "and others" were responsible for preparing the lists.

The Heritage Foundation has a long history of anti-LGBT advocacy. Currently, their anti-LGBT "scholar-in-residence" is Ryan Anderson, a disciple of the anti-LGBT National Organization for Marriage's former chairperson, Robert George. Anderson is responsible for steering the Heritage Foundation's anti-LGBT activities, releasing anti-LGBT "research" papers, and is believed to be one of the small number of people who selected Trump's Supreme Court nominee options.

Essentially that means un-elected, anonymous people at a stridently subjective lobbying group are actually the ones choosing potential Supreme Court justices whose decisions will affect all of us -- and some of those decisions may strip us of our constitutional rights.

Make no mistake about it: more than any other nominee, whomever Trump picks for the Supreme Court may do the most damage to LGBT rights for many years to come.

This is where the rubber will meet the proverbial road. We should know if Trump's promise to protect LGBT rights was bullshit, as many of us believe, or if he was actually -- and uncharacteristically -- being honest. I'm not holding my breath for the latter.

Within the next week or so, Trump is expected to announce his choice for the current Supreme Court vacancy. Given the caliber of his other nominees to date, plus the composition of the Supreme Court wishlist he released earlier this year, it's almost a certainty his Supreme Court nominee will be either (1) already on record as being against LGBT rights or (2) a hardcore conservative wildcard whose opinions on LGBT rights are unknown.

If it's a hardcore conservative wildcard, there's a good chance he or she will also be anti-LGBT. If someone meets the litmus test on all other conservative issues like abortion and religion, then I'm hard pressed to see how that person could be pro-LGBT.

Here's a look at some of the people on Trump's wish list of Supreme Court nominees and believes by experts to be the most likely to be selected:

--Steven Colloton, a judge on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals with a deeply conservative record and who is widely favored by anti-LGBT religious groups as "the ideal choice" for a high court justice.

--William Pryor, a judge on the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals who, before being named a judge, wrote an amicus brief defending Texas’s anti-gay sodomy law, later struck down by the Supreme Court. Pryor also avoids taking family vacations at Disney World during gay days.

--David Stras, a Minnesota Supreme Court justice who has sided with conservatives against LGBT rights in past court decisions.

--Diane Sykes, a judge on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals who has sided with conservatives against LGBT rights in past decisions.

--Donald Willett, a Texas Supreme Court justice who has harshly criticized the Supreme Court's marriage equality decision.

Given the strongly anti-LGBT positions of most nominees Trump has named so far, I think we need to be prepared for the likelihood he'll select an anti-LGBT Supreme Court nominee. And that's when we need to act. Supreme Court picks are the one type of nominee who still can be filibustered, and we need to pressure Democratic senators to do exactly that with any Supreme Court nominee Trump puts forward.

After all, if Senate Republicans decided we can wait a year without a full Supreme Court, we can wait longer than that. There is no constitutional requirement that the high court must have nine justices.

Turning now to someone who clearly is not on the Supreme Court short list, we have Brad of no last name. If you bend over, this big hot bullstud looks like he has the perfect equipment to stuff in your vacancy.

I don't know much about him except that he looks tall and big plus he has a very nice cock and set of low hangers. To the best of my knowledge, he has only done three solo shoots and never any hardcore onscreen action with a partner.

The originals for these photos are larger than they appear below and total thirty in number. To download the complete set in a free zipped folder, you'll want to click here.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous04:51

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