Best of the worst: Right-wing responses to the court
In the immediate wake of the Supreme Court's rulings striking down the Defense of Marriage Act and Proposition 8 in California, the right wing media remained relatively silent. At around 11 this morning, National Review, led with a piece on President Obama's ""radical climate agenda."" Over at the Weekly Standard Bill Kristol was on the news with "Comprehensive immigration reform? Just say no."
The National Organization for Marriage didn't appear to have updated its site focusing instead on suing the IRS and a "major victory," for marriage supporters" in Illinois, a comparably minor incident that happened last month. The professional homophobes over at the Family Research Council were similarly mum.
It's almost as if the right collectively realized that fighting marriage equality is not a winning issue in the 21st century. If so we wouldn't have anything to post. But they didn't completely disappoint.