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Same-Sex Marriage Needs Voters' Stamp

Beethovens10th Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 6:40 PM
Dead serious argument to all you marriage counterfeiters: If the Supreme Court determines the same-sex "marriage" is not a constitutional right, where do you go from there?
Kevin348 Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 10:19 PM

Where they should their states...

It's a federalist system we have.

I oppose gay marriage because I see what a destruction of the institutions of family and marriage have done to the Black community and don't want to see that further advanced, but if it happens at the state level, I can accept that.

I can accept decisions I disagree with under the Rule of Law. I will never accept the Rule of Man as currently exists today in our post-Constitutional America.

As a conservative with gay friends, nothing would make me happier than to watch Californians pass an initiative to legalize same-sex marriage -- preferably with protections for religious objectors. Polls suggest it would pass today. Then the issue would be settled, and Californians -- not a court in Washington -- would have determined their own marriage laws.

So of course I was interested when 100-plus conservatives filed a friend-of-the-court brief in support of a legal challenge to Proposition 8, the California constitutional amendment supported by 52 percent of voters in 2008 that limited marriage to a man and a...