Shock of shockers, fmhLisa disagrees with Elder Oakes [sic]!
... While I think the analogy was unfortunate and inappropriate, especially considering that the church in the 60s was actively participating in discrimination. [sic] I do have sympathy for the point Oakes [sic] was trying to make ... Still his choice of defending civil freedoms also somewhat [sic] ironic ... almost always a mistake to compare oneself (or one’s opponent) to ... any iconic injustice. Will almost always backfire, make you look silly ...She's write! [sic] Analogies are ridiculous little things, and someone with an extensive legal background, such as Elder Oakes [sic] certainly wouldn't understand the nuance of an analogy. It's not like a former judge would have experience taking similar facts of a previous case and making analogous application of the rule established in the previous case to the case at hand!
We at Snarkernacle found ourselves in a quandary. Who is write [sic]? Elder Oakes [sic]? Or fmhLisa? We convened an emergency conference kall [sic], retired to our respective chambers, and subsequently made a unanimous ruling.
|Dallin H. Oaks||fmhLisa|
|Clerked for Chief Justice Earl Warren of the United States Supreme Court|
Practiced at the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis in Chicago
Former justice of the Utah Supreme Court
|Is friends with Kaimi and Steve Evans on Facebook|
|Professor at the University of Chicago Law School, serving as interim dean|
President of Brigham Young University
|Can find Provo on a map of Utah|
|Chairman of the Board of Directors of PBS|
(we won't hold that against him)
|Chairwoman of a "big blog"|
|Numerous peer-reviewed publications on scholarly and legal matters||Frequent rambling blog posts|
|Speaks and writes in depth about topics directly relating to immortality and eternal life of men (and women)||Writes about poop|
|RELIGIOUS SPEAKING EXPERIENCE|
|Speaks regularly in General Conference||Speaks at Sunstone|
|Has no hair||Has pretty auburn hair|
The winner is pretty clear, no? Applying common law to our circumstance, we reviewed prior SnarkLaw cases. In 2007 Snarkernacle endorsed Mitt Romney's candidacy for the GOP nomination because he had the best hair of any candidate--Democrat or Republican. We therefore are bound by--and uphold--our Hair Endorsement Policy of 2007. We rule in favor of the plaintiff, fmhLisa of Feminist Mormon Housewives.