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Clarence Thomas Cites Slavery In His Dissent Against Marriage Equality, For Some Reason

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Justice Clarence Thomas has lost his damn mind. In Thomas' dissent in Obergefell v. Hodges, the case that officially made marriage equality the law of the land on Friday, the Supreme Court justice claimed that enslaved Africans weren't deprived of their "dignity" simply because they were enslaved. Therefore, Thomas argued, same-sex couples weren't actually being deprived of anything -- at least not anything, you know, important -- when they couldn't get married.

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