At this point we’re surprised that “Girls” creator and star Lena Dunham wasn’t invited to the Supreme Court to present her slide show. After all, the Golden Globe winner has been declared the voice of her generation by many as well as a “Brave Thinker” and “Woman of the Year.” But would “Tony and Clarence” be moved by the images of beautiful marriages?
@lenadunham Make it and have your followers get it on its way to being viral!
— Rob Quinn (@robquinn) March 26, 2013
@lenadunham Pop on by! Maybe you and Scalia can have a spot of tea while you're there. He seems like a spot of tea guy.
— Julie D. Saxenmeyer (@JulieSax) March 26, 2013
— athalie laguerre (@WithoutTheN) March 26, 2013
@lenadunham lets get a power point display with what love and commitment actually looks like, as they blatantly don't get it!!!
— Karen swift (@karen93115) March 26, 2013
— britt (@orangebritta) March 26, 2013
@lenadunham boy you are so right! I am a CTA in an elementary school and we have more than a couple of same sex parents#bestparentsaround
— Laura Salice Souza (@Palmina54) March 26, 2013
@lenadunham I'd like to pop by the Supreme Court & present a slide show of all the gay Republicans whose lack of equality forced self-hate.
— Michael Varrati (@MichaelVarrati) March 26, 2013
— Favstar Bot (@Favstar_Bot) March 26, 2013
Not everyone is so anxious to see Dunham show up with her projector.
Loving all the marriage equality support from all the celebs. Except Lena Dunham. She can have a seat and stfu.
— april rose (@aprilpoland) March 26, 2013
@lenadunham the last thing we need is your support…
— Keith Pence (@keith_pence) March 26, 2013
OMG you guys Lena Dunham has spoken. She knows some gay people and thus the issue is decided: gay marriage is OK.
— ft (@FuckTheory) March 26, 2013
For now, it seems SCOTUS is doing just fine without Dunham’s input (although Rob Reiner did manage to sneak to the front of the line today). Will the Constitution be enough to keep the argument interesting?
I have no real issue w gay marriage. My gripe is making a Constitutional argument citing an #MSNBC poll and an anecdote about their cousin.
— McBragg (@jms02050) March 26, 2013
I suspect that an underappreciated factor in the politics of SSM is how many people are sick of arguing about it.
— Ramesh Ponnuru (@RameshPonnuru) March 26, 2013