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Former candidate for Governor Bob Vander Plaats now leads a group that promotes conservative policies and traditional family values.
But one of his former top aides says Vander Plaats is overstepping his bounds when it comes to the courts.
Vander Plaats has been touring the state as head of an organization called "The Family Leader."
He pushes for the removal of the other four justices who joined in legalizing gay marriage.
But now a Sioux City man who once tried to get Vander Plaats elected Governor, is on the other side of the issue.
While Vander Plaats was hosting a forum in Sergeant Bluff...A republican who's an attorney, and one of his former advisers says Vander Plaats is politicizing the judicial process.
"I wish he would just step back, and take a look at what he's doing, and back off a little bit, and consider the consequences of his actions," said Dan Moore, a former President of the Iowa State Bar Association.
But Vander Plaats did not want to talk about Moore.
"If he wants to talk to me, I'd prefer talking to him in private. Any other questions?" Asked Vander Plaats.
What Vander Plaats did want to talk about was marriage, which he says is between one man and one woman.
He calls it the foundation of a civilized society, and compared the legalization of gay marriage to polygamy and incest...
"Where does it end? That's why I gave the example there. The polygamist, does he have an issue there? I think he does. Someone who's bisexual and wants to marry a man and a woman, I think they've got an issue. A dad that wants to marry his son?" Asked Vander Plaats.
Vander Plaats told his audience to be biblical, not political. Then he called for the remaining supreme court justices to resign for not upholding the constitution.
"The court inserted politics into the process by trying to make law from the bench, execute law from the bench, and amend the constitution from the bench," said Vander Plaats.
Moore warns Vander Plaat's crusade could destroy a fair and impartial judicial system....A system designed to makes decisions based on law, and not religious, or political beliefs.