It is apparent that under President Obama’s watch, existing states laws really don’t mean much, when you have activist judges imposing their ideological will on the American people.
A Federal Appeals Court has just “struck down” the ban on that same-sex marriage in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, and West Virginia.
Florida judges have also recently called the ban on gay marriage unconstitutional.
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz gleefully celebrated the rulings on Twitter, saying that it was a “big day for #marriageequality.”
Again, let me be very clear.
Like the rest of us “breeders,” why shouldn’t gay people be allowed to marry and lose half of their earning and savings when they get divorced?
I don’t give a rat’s arse who gets married, as far as religious institutions are not forced to perform marriage ceremonies against their beliefs.
The problem I, and most Americans have is, why does gay marriage have to be jammed down our throats by activists judges?
The majority of Americans do not agree with gay marriage, but many of them are warming up to the idea, so why not let the American voting process work this all out