You would be wrong. The New York Times simply reprinted the AP story. David Buckel, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, downplayed the ruling?s significance and called the
Why the muted response? Because the ruling proves that social conservatives are right about activist judges and about the need for the Federal Marriage Amendment. Opponents of the proposed amendment have argued that it?s unnecessary since states have enacted their own constitutional amendments defining marriage.
I suppose we can thank Judge Bataillon for proving that this approach will not work. A judge?s willingness to characterize the will of 70 percent of the electorate as ?animus? manifests a contempt for democratic decision-making. When judges feel free to substitute their opinion for nearly everybody else?s, only a constitutional amendment will do.
That?s the message you need to send to your
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Associated Press, ?Judge Voids Same-Sex Marriage Ban in Nebraska,?
?Same-sex marriage ban axed,? Omaha World-Herald,
?Gay marriage ban in Nebraska voided,? Kansas City Star,
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