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Friday, March 24, 2006

Same-Sex Marriage Gains Momentum--Senators Apathetic

Eight same-sex couples suing the state of Connecticut for the right to marry said Tuesday as the case opened that they are "cautiously optimistic" . . . The Washington state Supreme Court heard arguments on a case challenging Washington's ban on gay marriage last year, and a ruling could come as soon as this week . . . The New Jersey Supreme Court heard arguments this February in a case seeking marriage "equality" . . . New York State's highest court - the Court of Appeal - will hear oral arguments on the constitutionality of banning same-sex marriage this May. Finally, a case involving gay marriage is in a mid-level court in California and is expected to reach that state's high court next year.

Yet amazingly, a number of U.S. Senators do not believe there's a need for a U.S. Constitutional Amendment to preserve the institution of marriage as the union between one man and one woman.

Without the amendment, the debate now underway may well be short-circuited by the courts. Homosexual activist groups like the Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders, Human Rights Campaign, and the ACLU are perfectly happy to "shop" for liberal activist judges in targeted states until "gay marriage" and the entire homosexual agenda are accepted throughout the entire United States.

The vote in the U.S. Senate is currently scheduled for the week of June 5, 2006. Please take this simple step to help: sign this petition in support of passage of the Marriage Protection Amendment. We will deliver these petitions to your Senator prior to the vote. Let your voice be known. From FRC.

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Finally, a case involving gay marriage is in a mid-level court in California and is expected to reach that state's high court next year.

You know, the governor of CA vetoed a bill allowing gay marriage, proclaiming that it was an issue for the courts and not the legislature to decide.

Now, your criticizing the courts for hearing the issue, and claiming that it's an issue for the legislature? Which is it, JR? Make up your mind already. Tell me - when the people are behind gay marriage, and the courts are behind it, and the legislatures are behind it, and the executives are behind it, from what basis will you oppose government recognition of gay marriage?
So, now you're doing no comments at all. Why not just take down comments altogether, and be done with it?

You truly are a shining example of the intellectual timidity of the fundamentalist.
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