Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Did we quit when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?

There are any number of Rat politicians who are telling us that homosexual marriage is the law of the land now and that’s there nothing that can be done about it, so sit down and shut up.  In 1857 Dred Scott was the law of the land.  Abolitionist did not sit around doing nothing while quietly intoning, well after all it is the law of land.  A great Civil War would ensue followed by the 13th Amendment that made the Dred Scott case moot.

Hopefully we can avoid the Civil War this time around, but we know when the Supreme Court injects itself into matters best reserved for the states, it creates more problems than it solves.  Roe v. Wade has been one long, unending legal and social struggle ever since SCOTUS somehow found the right to abortion in the 14th Amendment.  As a result of constant pressure and an unwillingness to quit just because SCOTUS said so, support for abortion, particularly among the young, and particularly for late-term abortion is at an all-time low.

So to the Rat bastard pols who want us to shut up about it so that they don’t have to take a stand on the issue: GFY.  The first thing that we ought to do is demand that the government get the hell of the marriage business.  If SCOTUS wants to say that word “marriage” has no meaning, why do you need the government issuing a license for it?  Since SCOTUS has decided that “love” is all that matters, well that’s that.  Let a man marry his daughter if they are in love.

Here’s another excellent fact that was pointed out to me by a friend.  Companies that offer “partner benefits” no longer need to extend that courtesy.  The homosexuals enjoying those benefits should be given three months to marry or lose their benefits.   If a company continues to offer “partner benefits,” then heteros ought to take full advantage of the company policy and “partner” with their dog.  After all who doesn’t love their dog?

The point is that, like abortion, public opinion changes over time.  How long will it be before young people look at marriage as undefined as it is under this SCOTUS ruling and begin to wonder; shouldn’t the union of a man and a woman and the family that may result be something different based on common sense, religious history and natural law?

Right now the homosexual community - like the Greeks - are giddy about recent events, the SCOTUS decision and the Greek no vote on the Eurozone.  Both will soon find out that there are long-term ramifications and unintended consequences to both decisions.

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