Good Grief… Judge Confuses Constitution with Declaration of Independence in Gay Marriage Ruling

Not the brightest bulb on the bench.
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Judge Arenda Wright Allen does not know the difference between the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.

Good grief.
Judge Arenda Wright Allen confused the US Constitution with the Declaration of Independence in her gay marriage ruling yesterday.
ABC reported, via Politomix:

A federal judge who struck down Virginia’s ban on gay marriage inaccurately attributed a quote from Declaration of Independence to the Constitution.

“Our Constitution declares that ‘all men’ are created equal. Surely this means all of us,” Arenda Wright Allen wrote in her original opinion, issued late Thursday.

Though the Fourteenth Amendment guarantees “equal protection” under the law, the Constitution does not include the phrase “all men are created equal.” That would be the Declaration of Independence.

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