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Democratic Debate on Marriage Better Than Judicial Commands

Cambermeister Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 10:55 AM
Tinsldr2, you're upset because you feel as though there's a debate you've lost. This isn't the case. We just wanted to understand what you wanted...what you were really after. Now we know. There's no reason this should make you angry. The truth sets us free. In the future...on this won't need to spend all of that time on gay websites searching for some odd case in appeals. You won't need to concoct a twisted, yet flawed legal argument for demanding man/man marriage. Without wasting time searching for legal mumbo jumbo, you'll have lots of time for stuff around the house. Come'll step back and gaze upon that beautiful lawn and quitely say to yourself...'thank you Cambermeister for setting me free',

NOTE: This is the second column in a series of columns related to National Marriage Week, Feb. 7-14, 2013. The first is available here.

Not content with government “of the people, by the people, and for the people,” some have brought their case for same-sex marriage to the courts and asked them to overturn the policy of states such as California—where the people voted to affirm man-woman marriage’s benefits to society, not just once, but twice in an eight-year span.

These advocates lean upon a constitutional interpretation that requires the fundamental redefinition of marriage in a manner, not only unknown...