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Judge Vance Day of Salem, OR; bigot, Judge Roy Bean Wannabee


The state of Oregon presented Vance Day with a law license in 1991 after he graduated from Willamette University Law School.


FYI: Judge Roy Bean was an infamous Justice of the Peace and saloon owner in Texas who called himself the "The Law West of the Pecos." Roy was also affectionately referred to as the Hanging Judge.


The Oregon Commission on Judicial Fitness and Disability has charged Judge Day of engaging in the following misconduct.

  • Refused to perform same-sex weddings
  • Hung a picture of Adolph Hitler in the courthouse
  • Failed to observe high standards of conduct
  • Engaged in conduct adversely reflecting on his competence (moron)
  • Failed to display proper temperament as a judicial officer

In his defense, Vance the Bigot claimed that his so-called religious beliefs in refusing to perform same-sex marriages trumped the oath he took as a judge to uphold the U.S. and Oregon constitutions. In support of hyperbolic (BS) defense, Vance told a reporter for the Associated Press: 

  • “It appears that the commission has thrown everything in but the kitchen sink."
  • "The clear issue that they're after me on is that I had stopped doing weddings because I have a firmly held religious conviction.”

All that’s left now is to see what if any punishment is meted out to Vance the Bigot by the enablers for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Judicial Commission. If everything goes as expected, Vance will receive a complimentary reprimand.


In truth, Vance should be tossed off the bench unless he voluntarily resigns.

If he did resign, all is not lost as he likely could apply for a job as a greeter at the Walmart Super Center on Turner Road in Salem. And if that doesn’t seek employment as a hairdresser once he graduates from the Phagan’s School of Beauty on Lancaster Drive in Salem.


As we speak (ca. Sept 2015), Vance continues to sit as a Marion County judge in Salem, Oregon. 


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