Republican Representatives Louie Gohmert of Texas and Michele Bachmann of Minnesota on Wednesday condemned recent rulings striking down gay marriage bans in Utah and Oklahoma.

Tea Party favorites Bachmann and Gohmert were joined by Iowa Rep. Steve King during a Heritage Network panel titled Conversations with Conservatives.

“They need some basic plumbing lessons,” Gohmert said of the federal judges who handed down the rulings. “For one omnipotent, omniscious, ubiquitous federal judge who is wise beyond his education to say – to make a declaration about the law – I think, requires revisiting by each state and compliance with the U.S. Supreme Court.”

Not enforcing the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) on the ground that it violates the U.S. Constitution was an “example of the lawlessness” of President Barack Obama's administration, Bachmann asserted.

“The legacy of Barack Obama will be of the establishment of lawlessness in the United States,” Bachmann said. She also compared Obama and judges who struck down the bans to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi declaring “that his edicts were not appealable to a court.”