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As the Supreme Court prepares to hear a case that could determine whether gay couples in all 50 states can wed, President Obama's administration is urging the court to rule that states cannot ban gay marriage.

The recommendation was made in a "friend of the court" brief filed by the Justice Department on Friday.

Attorney General Eric Holder announced earlier this year that the Justice Department would urge the high court to uphold the right of same-sex couples to marry.

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HolderIn a recent interview with ABC News, Attorney General Eric Holder spewed more racist nonsense. He claimed that some of his critics and the President's critics were motivated by "racial animus."

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HolderDemocrats know how to play hardball politics, it is in their blood. Usually, Republicans act like gentlemen and prefer to stay within the rules and show proper etiquette. In the meantime, they are being rolled over by the more aggressive Democrats. Finally, a Republican is showing some justified outrage over the latest development in the scandal involving IRS targeting of Tea Party groups.

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HolderThese guys at the Justice Department, led by top cop Eric Holder, just don’t know when to quit. 

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Holder In the aftermath of the controversial verdict in the George Zimmerman case, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that his department would launch an investigation into whether Trayvon Martin’s civil rights were violated.

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lettenFor many in Louisiana, the announcement that Jim Letten has resigned from his post as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana after controversial Internet postings my members of his office.

 

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