With a clearly definitive win in the Washington Supreme Court this week, marriage advocates you're are on an impressive roll. From the beginning I argued that among the most recent cases to be decided, the case in the state of Washington was the most important.
With no residency requirement in the state, the radical homosexual activists pushing the fraud of a changed marriage definition would take a win in Washington and seek to challenge the federal Defense of Marriage Act. In doing so it would leave the national definition of marriage up to a single federal judge - and not the millions of Americans who should by right be the one to define such terms.
But don't be fooled, upcoming decisions in New Jersey and a handful of other states still leave more than enough room for judicial monkey business. The fact that Massachusetts' gay activists were smarmy enough to get their state referendum held hostage away from the voters of that state until after this election cycle is completed is proof plenty that the agenda has not died.
But why are radical homosexual activists losing the fight?
Simply put - it's a Godless proposition they are putting forth and the vast majority of Americans - even some liberals are not ready to bankroll a completely bankrupt values agenda.
How can I make it clearer?
Homosexual activists have been so ugly and nasty in their utter contempt for good church going people in America that the great con they have been able to pull for the last thirty years has now all but been exposed for the fraud that it is.
When a culture despises the moral foundations that make it great, such contempt will ultimately steal its greatness. Our culture is not yet ready to take that ultimate step just yet.
People all over the globe understand intuitively that two daddies will never be able to provide the needed guidance for a young girl that only a mommy and a daddy can bring. People understand easily - without argument - how a boy growing up with two mommies will never have the definition of what real manliness is by it being lived out in front of him. It just defies common sense to attempt to argue otherwise.
I also think that it’s pretty evident that people understand what makes homosexual behavior different than a darker shade of skin. For a few months radical activists have gotten away with trying to make the, "we are just like them" argument when it comes to comparing the needed civil rights reform this nation was all too slow to embrace, and the charade that homosexuals are trying to propagate in terms of their behavior today.
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