Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts

Bloggers Who Support Judge Roberts -- Even If He Is Gay Like Some Leftists Say.

Friday, August 05, 2005

New Group For Conservatives Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts

There is little more annoying than the hypocrisy of the Leftist media. We are told that one's homosexuality is a private matter. We are told, in fact, that the Constitution protects one's right to privacy. However, whenever a gay conservative or Republican is discovered, it is exposed as though it were scandal. Here is one example.

Recently, Judge John G. Roberts, Jr., President Bush's nominee to the Supreme Court of the United States, has been under expected scrutiny. The Leftist determination to uncover dirt is amusing. We know that the New York Times has attempted to dig up dirt on Judge Roberts' adoption of his two children.

We know, believe it or not, that Judge Roberts is an attorney. This means that, sometimes, he is called upon to advocate a position for his client, even if he personally doesn't think it should be the correct legal position or sound public policy.

The recent news is that Judge Roberts helped his law firm's attorneys prepare for a case in 1996 that went before the Supreme Court of the United States that involved the equal protection clause's application to homosexuals. Judge Roberts didn't participate in the litigation itself, but it is reported that he reviewed briefs and assisted in preparation for oral argument.

The New York Times and CBS also was provided the above picture by a credible source who just happens to be an officer in

The purpose for reporting this story was obvious. The goal was to undermine Judge Roberts support among social conservatives. It has even been implied at by Leftists and places like Democratic Underground and Daily Kos that Judge Roberts may be gay. This, the hypothesis goes, may explain his adoption of children. We believe that these speculations and tactics are despicable. Still, assuming for the sake of argument that they are right, and Judge Roberts has performed legal work that helped homosexuals or, heaven forbid, he is even gay, we respond with a resounding: SO WHAT!

This Blog is being established to support a Blog Community of right-of-center conservative and libertarian leaning Blogs that support Judge Roberts, even if he is gay.

The founding members are as follows:

Cassandra of Villainous Company
KJ of No Government Cheese
spd rdr of Heigh Ho

Now we want to be perfectly clear: we aren't saying that Judge Roberts is gay. But if he is, we still support him. We hope you will to.

To join Conservatives Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts, please e-mail:

welikegayjudgeroberts -at- yahoo -dot- com

Then, link this Blog on your Blog's sidebar, along with the official picture as follows:

Then, tell the world that you support Judge Roberts. Even if what the Left wants you to believe about him is true.


  • At 11:53 PM, Blogger Brian said…

    Do you mean to imply that any man who wears a Carmen Miranda hat is gay?

  • At 2:05 AM, Blogger banana said…

    i think george w. bush might be gay also.

    first jeff gannon, now john roberts?

    and laura bush has a happiness on her face that only a vibrator can provide.

    but you're right. it doesn't really matter does it? that this party is the one that touts moral majority and anti-gay agenda by pandering to the christian conservative coalition.

    i think that's what the left is getting at, at least.

    come on, if you're gay and you know it quit pandering to christian control freaks!

  • At 6:20 AM, Blogger Cassandra said…

    I love it.


  • At 7:58 AM, Blogger KJ said…

    It really depends on the issue banana. But even most Christians conservatives do not want to do harm to homosexuals. They may not want their sexual conduct put on parage and asked to be "accepted" but that is hardly hateful. They have a sound religious basis (as do the Jews and Muslims) for calling such conduct sinful and proper of public support. But no one wants to fire them from secular jobs or do them harm. If they do, I would submit they aren't reading their Bible enough.

  • At 9:38 AM, Blogger Cassandra said…

    KJ, I am creating a blogroll with code we can send around if people want to put it in their sidebars.

    And we have our first member - Beth at MY Vast RW Conspiracy.

  • At 11:37 AM, Blogger RightGirl said…

    First his kid was gay, now he's gay. Oh, it's all one big gay party!


  • At 1:48 PM, Blogger tee bee said…

    Just don't tell me he's not Gay. As Dennis Prager says, Happiness is a Serious Problem.

  • At 5:34 PM, Blogger portia said…

    Excellent creative effort! You guys are hilarious. I'd join if I had a blog. Hey, you let Wonkette in:)

    Every time I look at that picture I imagine Roberts breaking into song:
    I feel pretty,
    Oh, so pretty,
    I feel pretty and witty and [gay]!

    Poor guy. He'll never be un-gay again...even if he is (un-gay).

  • At 11:18 AM, Blogger laurarunstopsigns said…

    come on, the post on can hardly be characterized as scandal - maybe just highlighting hypocrisy. BTW, have you *listened* to Santorum lately? Yet more hard evidence that compromised brain cells are de riguer for politicians on a continuum from left to right (less and more).......

  • At 7:34 PM, Anonymous Terry C said…

    The right wing fuckwits accusing anyone of hypocrisy is too pathetic to be fun.

    The right wrote the book on hypocrisy.

  • At 7:38 PM, Blogger Cassandra said…

    Lighten up terry.

    We can all use a dose of humor - a laugh or two won't kill you :)

  • At 7:48 PM, Blogger KJ said…

    Actually, terry is right.

    To be a hypocrite is to admit that there is a standard of conduct that one should follow, but then fails to live up to that standard. Democrats don't have standards of conduct. All they can do is point to a family values conservative that cheated on his wife and yell sinner. But since Democrats don't run on such values, they can do that conduct w/o charges of hypocricy.

    Thanks for playing terry.

  • At 9:03 PM, Anonymous macamma said…


    About half the people who admit to party affiliation in this country don't have standards of conduct? Painting with a pretty broad brush for someone trying to claim the moral high ground, aren't you? And incidentally, the words hypocrite and sinner are not interchangeable. The former involves pretending to be something that you know you are not and is a small subset of the latter which, as far as I’ve been able to determine, includes us all.

    Hope you were trying to blow this rumor about Judge Roberts out of proportion. My guess he’s too moderate for you, but only you know for sure.

    ”But no one wants to fire them from secular jobs or do them harm.” Well except for teaching jobs and the military and a few other jobs here and there.

    God bless and keep you. Peace be with you.

  • At 9:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I know I’d have hell to pay if my fellow church members knew I was supporting a possible gay candidate like Judge Roberts for Supreme Court, but doggonit I think he’s the right conservative for the job. His private life is just that PRIVATE. I haven’t admitted it yet to any of my fellow church members, because well they would think I might be gay myself, plus I know I wouldn’t be able to go to any of the church socials anymore and generally I wouldn’t be part of the group anymore, as it should be. So I won’t be talking about Judge Roberts private life to them. No, I’m going to go ahead and have them thinking that I don’t support Judge Roberts because he’s gay. I’ll just be quiet about it. That way they’ll think I don’t support him, when I really do. I guess I'll just have to remain closeted on this, that way the church will accept me and not kick me out. I know I will have to occasionally burst out and say something like, "oh that Judge Roberts is a pansy" so it will through them off and of course they know I support a ban on gay marriage. I mean those gays should keep their private life to themselves and I intend to see that a public law is invoked so that they keep their private life private! God Bless our America.

  • At 10:33 PM, Anonymous KJ said…


    Responding in order:

    About half the people who admit to party affiliation in this country don't have standards of conduct? Painting with a pretty broad brush for someone trying to claim the moral high ground, aren't you?

    Yes, I was painting with a broad brush, but I was talking about the politicians of the party who cater to the national agenda, not all Dem voters. Are there exceptions? Sure. Before he ran with Clinton, Gore was a pro-life pro-censorship Democrat. Then he ran for national office and forget all his allegedly conservative sounding positions. Helk, I voted Dem for President once. Once.

    And incidentally, the words hypocrite and sinner are not interchangeable. The former involves pretending to be something that you know you are not and is a small subset of the latter which, as far as I’ve been able to determine, includes us all.

    You are right on both counts. I was wrong to say that a Dem politician would yell "sinner." He would yell "hypocrite." Sinner would make the base uncomfortable. Too religious.

    Hope you were trying to blow this rumor about Judge Roberts out of proportion.

    I think you could say hyperbole is part of the equation.

    My guess he’s too moderate for you, but only you know for sure.

    I don't know yet. My belief about the judicial analysis of a written document called the Constitution and my feeling about good public policy don't always lead to the same conclusion anyway, so I can't answer that question w/o the proper context. E.g., I might believe that the constitution doesn't say a thing about abortion, so Roe v. Wade was a bad decision (conservative?). But I still might be pro-choice pre-viability (liberal?).

    ”But no one wants to fire them from secular jobs or do them harm.” Well except for teaching jobs and the military and a few other jobs here and there.

    "No one" means most conservatives. There are exceptions, and in most cases other than the military, there are facts other than just homosexuality at issue. Usually some inappropriate conduct went with the controversy. I think the military position is "don't ask don't tell." I don't know what that means, but I will leave that debate up to the military. I'll give it that slack.

    God bless and keep you. Peace be with you.

    And with you. Thanks for stopping by.

  • At 1:15 AM, Blogger scud said…

    Good Blog! The hypocracy of the looney left is hillarious. The more they speak, the more they lose. Roberts was a brilliant appointment. It will draw out the crazies and continue to expose them for what they are - hateful, whiney and out of touch. I'll check back again.

  • At 3:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Is this all the left has? Some unfunny blogs? First Jesus' General and now this.

  • At 9:04 AM, Blogger Cassandra said…

    Oh my goodness.

    Think pink, people. This site is all about happiness and gaity, not partisan rancor.

    Let's try to keep a sense of humor about our differences, people. We get ticked off at each other, but in the end we all go home and it's still America, n'est pas?

    Somehow, the Republic survives all our lunacy.

  • At 1:42 PM, Blogger banana said…

    Umm, I think you might want to ask Christian Conservatives how they feel about gay rights. I live in Tennessee and when I worked in downtown Nashville, the anti-gay Christian conservatives were holding vigils and praying on the courthouse steps en masse.

    Why? They were trying to get the state of Tennessee to fire gay state employees and were arguing that gays should not be able to include their partners on their health insurance plans, etc.

    Doesn't sound very tolerant to me!

    In fact, the buzz out there among christian conservatives is very anti-John Roberts.

    You know as well as I do that the right uses gay and lesbian issues as a way to polarize the nation into two camps: tolerant liberals vs. intolerant wingnuts.

  • At 2:19 PM, Blogger KJ said…

    Well, I'm a Christian and libertarian leaning conservative (neo-libertarian if you will). I am not opposed to civil union types of status. I am against redefining the term marriage. So I guess I am in the middle for once.

    Also, I don't hear that anti-Roberts buzz very loudly. Michael Savage and Farwell do not have the following on the right the Left thinks.

    Besides, not all "gay" issues are the same. You can identify one small group in Nashville that got its panties in a wad over an effort by homosexuals to expand the benefits beyond their long time legal limits of married spouses and kids. Big deal.

    I could refer to examples of how NAMBLA used to have a float in every Pride parade. I could use that fact to make that a regular "gay" group to focus on. I know that NAMBLA is a fringe gay group, so I don't do that b/c I think its unfair. It is also unfairm to say Farwell speaks for every Christians who are politically conservative.

    If the gay issue is the right to engage in your thing at home free from concerns over prosecution for sex acts, there are very few in this country who really want to cause homosexuals any problems. That is tolerance.

    There are three parts of the gay issue continuum: tolerance; acceptance; promotion.

    As you move from one to the next, you increase your potential enemy base. Most people don't care about a gay relationship of a co-worker. They care more when they are asked to give a state sanction to it and redefine the word marriage which has gone unchanged for the entire history of this country and beyond. And when you start reading about the relationship to their school kids, resistence grows more.

    You can't claim all these issues are about mere tolerance. And I won't claim every gay person is a member of NAMBLA.

    Every state to consider the homosexual marriage amendments passed them overwhelmingly. Even very liberal Oregon passed it with (I think) 57% of the vote - the closest vote in the nation. I doubt that the liberal population of Oregon is anti-gay by 57%. But that issue must mean something to many of them other than mere tolerance.

  • At 3:39 PM, Blogger Cassandra said…

    banana, there are Communists within the Democratic Party too.

    Would you like me to "ask the Communists how they feel" about every single issue on the DNC' platform or to redefine being a Dem as being a Commie? That appears to be what you are doing, and it's not justified.

    *Do* attempt to be reasonable. Any party contains a spectrum of viewpoints. To try and portray the RNC as all about what a minority of the party thinks is a bit much.

    Who is "the Right"? I'm a member of "the Right" and I'm not doing that. I have gay friends. I have a gay relative. I've even [shudder] *touched* real live gay people and I don't have AIDS or anything - it didn't rub off on me. Oooh!

    Go have a pink gin fizz (preferably with one of those terribly twee little umbrellas in it) and get over your prejudices :)

  • At 10:27 PM, Blogger biblemike said…

    Love this site! Don't agree with all the humor, but enough of it to enjoy my visit. There is a certain amount of sadness in the fact that such a blog as this need exist. Those who opose Roberts do so by attacking his sexuality and trying to peer into sealed court records. How dare those right wing extremists...wait a minute...uh..those defenders of privacy issues such as sexuality and sealed court records...uh...I'm getting confused here.

    The liberal left would like us to believe that homosexuals should have the right of privacy and we do. They would have us believe that personal records should not be made public and we do. However, if the person whose records and personal life are at issue is a conservative then those rules don't apply.

    A person's Christianity does not determine whether they will vote Republican or Democrat since both parties hold positions we can agree and disagree with. However, Christianity does require human decency on the part of those claiming Christ as Savior. Do some Christians become radicalized and do or say things inappropriate? Absolutely! We are sinners, saved by grace, but sinners none the less. I am embarrassed by Christian extremists who get it wrong on how to deal with abortion, homosexuality and other issues. I am just as apalled by the attacks on John Roberts by those who think that Christians or conservatives will buy into their nonsense. Hypocrisy is ugly no matter who wears it.

  • At 11:16 PM, Blogger KJ said…

    I'll say it again. Only people who claim a standard of conduct can be hypocrites. Which of course means all Christians qualify, but not necessarily their political opponents.

  • At 5:36 AM, Blogger Cassandra said…

    FWIW, biblemike, you worry a bit when you're doing something like this that people might think you're making fun of gays.

    We hope no one takes it that way. That would really be a bit silly considering all you have to do is go down to Castro street and see how much fun some people have with dressing up in drag. It's more making fun of those who say they are tolerant and then turn around and accuse people who aren't gay or out those who are, but for one reason or another (and this is *their* business and no one else's) don't want people to know they are gay because they fear losing their jobs or don't know how to tell someone close to them.

    That is just plain hurtful and I don't understand the motivation - it seems driven by a kind of malice that is frightening to me.

  • At 10:45 AM, Blogger bheagle said…

    Great site! I'm still laughing.

  • At 10:52 AM, Blogger Kevin R. Watkins said…

    I'm down.

    kevin watkins

    Put me on this list of people who don't care if anybody is gay.

  • At 3:44 PM, Blogger Chairman eDog said…

    Jeez, lefties, lighten up. You know, I just turned 30 this summer, and I can still remember when the Left actually still had a sense of humor--even Michael Moore did a very funny show on FOX(yes, FOX) some years ago. Now they only seem capable of making us laugh when they're not trying--YAAARRRRGHHH!!

    Anyway, count me in, though I'll probably screw up your logo when I put it in my blog.


  • At 3:45 PM, Blogger Chairman eDog said…

    Oh, and it'd be a lot funnier if your profile name was SCROTUS instead of SCOTUS.

  • At 4:08 PM, Anonymous wsjgirl said…

    oh thank you. it's 4pm and the workday won't end. this was nice late afternoon laugh.

  • At 6:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    This site is really prejudiced against bisexuals. Did it never occur to you that the sexuality of Judge Roberts, like that of most people, is on a continuum--neither totally straight nor totally gay? Do you believe that, if he were admitted to the supreme court, there would be an erotic component to his interactions with Justice Scalia, but absolutely none whatsoever to his interactions with Justice Ginsburg? (Or vice versa.) I think not! I support Bi Judge Roberts, and find your fascistic binaries deeply troubling.

  • At 6:59 PM, Blogger LBSBLOG said…

    Well what if he isn't then all of these blogs are for naught.

  • At 7:11 PM, Blogger SCOTUS said…

    Actually, I have no problem believing that Roberts would have sexual tension with Scalia but not Ginsberg. Actually, I believe that is likely for most straight men.

  • At 7:51 PM, Blogger Cassandra said…

    I support Bi Judge Roberts, and find your fascistic binaries deeply troubling...

    Yes, the road to heck is paved with assumptions, isn't it?

    For all we know, Judge Roberts may be a marginalized, transgendered woman who then decided he was a man before briefly flirting with womanhood again just before his final operation to transform him, finally and irrevocably, into a Man who is gay (but in touch with his feminine side), but so physically and psychically scarred by these multiple psychological and physical transformations that he was forced to travel clandestinely to the pampas of Argentina with his lesbian wife to adopt their two adorable but tragically gay children, who would have been eligible for Senate confirmation (due to the fact that neither one of them has had time to stack up a pile of extremist and objectionable rulings) were it not for the fact that they are both undeniably homosexuals as evidenced by their unfortunate choice of habidashery at the announcement of Roberts' nomination.

    We know this, of course, because the NY Times was finally able to unseal the Roberts' adoption records.

    Thank God the Republic has been saved from another regrettable Bush recess appointment.


  • At 10:34 PM, Blogger bheagle said…

    Go ahead and add me, if you'd like

    The Right Blog

  • At 11:02 PM, Blogger Cassandra said…

    Welcome to the Club :)

  • At 11:24 AM, Blogger Wave Maker said…

    Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm this blog has the distinct look of the Feisty Republican Whore.....but even if not, I want in on this farce!

  • At 11:31 AM, Blogger SCOTUS said…

    wave maker,

    No problem.

    E-mail of post your link and put us on your blog.

  • At 11:18 PM, Anonymous diana said…

    oh, dear!! thot i had laughed myself sick and then i read "fascistic binaries" and nearly choked. then read scotus' reply noting that Ginsberg is NO ONE's wet dream. i was pounding my chair arms.
    thanks so much.

  • At 7:42 PM, Blogger Tracy said…

    Please sign us up! And send me the HTML code to your great link if you would?

  • At 10:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    A conservative movement we can totally get, uhm, behind:
    Announcing: Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts
    Though we rather doubt he is gay, if he is, that's just fine with us.
    Frankly, we don't give a damn. . . After all, there's some pretty underwhelming
    evidence from the Left that W is gay, but durnitall, we voted for him anyway.
    What's more:
    Still, assuming for the sake of argument that they are right, and Judge Roberts
    has performed legal work that helped homosexuals or, heaven forbid, he is even
    gay, we respond with a resounding: SO WHAT!a gay dilema

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