The problem sometimes with making fun of secularist libs is that they’re kinda’ boring. They never do anything non-liberal.

All the action is always on the other side. You never know what a conservative is going to do. From day to day it’s a crapshoot. You really never know what position they’re going to take.

But libs take all the fun out of it. They’re always libs.

Case in point – the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Monday a three-judge panel plans to publish its long-awaited opinion on tomorrow on whether California’s same-sex marriage ban violates the constitutional rights of gays and lesbians, according to the Washington Post.

Now come on. Does anyone think there’s any chance at all that the 9th Circuit which is the wackiest of the bunch will find in favor of democracy over granting a special interest new rights?

If the Circuits were Stooges, the 9th Circuit would be Shemp. Because they’re so out there that they cease even to be funny.

The panel heard oral arguments more than a year ago but delayed a decision while it sought guidance from the California Supreme Court on whether sponsors of the ban, known as Proposition 8, had legal authority to challenge a trial judge’s ruling that the voter-approved measure was unconstitutional.

I’m willing to bet that the 9th circuit finds democracy unconstitutional tomorrow. Any takers? I could use the cash.

The whole thing is kinda’ moot anyway, because there ain’t a chance that this thing won’t be appealed all the way up to Sotomayor, Ginsburg, and Kagan. You decide which stooge is which among them -although how do you not figure Kagan as Moe.