There was some big judicial news last week. A federal judge in San Francisco overturned California's ban on same-sex marriage, ruling that it is unconstitutional. It was an emotional victory for proponents of same-sex marriage who have been fighting for equality.

There was some big judicial news last week. A federal judge in San Francisco overturned California's ban on same-sex marriage, ruling that it is unconstitutional. It was an emotional victory for proponents of same-sex marriage who have been fighting for equality.

So, how did CNN's "best political team on television" cover the decision? They headed to The Abbey, a gay bar. A story about marriage equality and CNN goes to a gay bar. If this was a story about virgins, would you go to Comic-Con?

What was even worse is that Rick Sanchez asked the reporter at the gay bar where the 52 percent who voted against the judge's ruling were. Seriously, you're wondering why nobody at the gay bar is against gay marriage?

Do you think it's possible that the 52 percent against gay marriage aren't hanging out in a West Hollywood gay bar?

Anyway, Chief Judge Vaughn Walker of the U.S. District Court ruled "moral disapproval is an improper basis for denying rights to gay men and lesbians and that the evidence shows conclusively Prop 8 enacts without reason a private moral view that same-sex couples are inferior."

It was a strong and unequivocal ruling, but as they say in Branson, release the Palin!

"I haven't read the ruling yet, so it's tough to comment on the merits of this," said former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.

Was that a measured response from the mama grizzly? Was the wise bear choosing not to attack? Nope.

"To see that third branch of government undoing the will of the people gets frustrating," Palin continued.

Wow, I just love the way she makes the co-equal judicial branch of our government, set up by her beloved founding fathers, sound like a Communist plot.

Well, we would have gotten away with it, if it weren't for those meddling judges fulfilling their constitutionally mandated role as safeguards of the people's liberties.

But judicial tyranny wasn't the only argument against the ruling, as Fox's money man Neil Cavuto pointed out the disastrous financial implications.

"In terms of same-sex unions many of them are going to interpret this as that they've got the green light for full benefit coverage," Cavuto said. "If you're a boss and you're looking to hire, would you go slow in this environment because, whatever the merits of this, you're thinking, 'Hey I've got to examine my costs because they're going to be significantly higher than I thought.' "

I get it. The constitutional argument isn't going to work - so if gay marriage isn't an equality issue, let's make it a financial issue. A gay person with a spouse just costs more; that's why we can't do gay marriage.

Wait, wouldn't anyone with a spouse cost more? Oh my God, Neil Cavuto of Fox News is suggesting we should only hire single people.

Well, your resume is weak . Y ou're clearly unqualified. But, you're a loner with terrible hygiene. Welcome aboard!