This is absolutely hilarious. The disgusting Westboro Baptist Church has filed a motion to intervene in the suit challenging Kansas’ ban on same-sex marriage. The motion makes the spectacularly stupid argument that allowing gays to get married violates the Establishment Clause. Yes, seriously.
WBC desires to assert that it is constitutional folly to suggest that a sinful-behavior-based union should be a union that is afforded civil rights and granted the imprimatur of respectability by a license from the government; and that in doing so the government violates its duty of religious neutrality; and puts itself in the position of imposing sin on the citizens, to the great detriment and harm of the health and welfare of the citizenry….
The Kansas Attorney General is unable to adequately represent WBC because to do so would cause the Attorney General to assert religious viewpoints and constitutionally protected religious rights, which is arguably contrary to the duty of the government to remain neutral on matters of religion, and would constitute a breach of the separation of church and state doctrine.
You can read the full motion here. This will take the judge roughly 1.8 seconds to say no, with 1.4 seconds of that time spent giggling.