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8 initial reactions to Utah's same-sex marriage ruling from Gov. Gary Herbert

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Eight initial reactions to Utah’s same-sex marriage ruling from Gov. Gary Herbert:

8. “La-la-la-la-la-la! I can’t hear you!”

7. “The only thing worse than this would be Ralph Becker in a red sweater … oh, great.”

6. “Don’t bother to look up a definition for ‘activist judge,’ just send out the danged statement.”

5. “But his is my state! Mine, mine, mine, mine, mine! No, I do not need a time out!”

4. “Jeez, it’s like nobody takes the wisdom of Duck Dynasty seriously.”

3. “If only we had a wily Attorney General who could get things done outside of the law.”

2. “How long would it take to get some of those Obama drones sent in?”

1. “Shit.”

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