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Nine Justices or Fifty States? Who Should Decide Gay Marriage?

Captain-Jeff Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 10:49 AM
Yes, I did. The point is that government has no reason or responsibility to define marriage. Writing laws that favor one couple who stood before a judge, JP, minister, or priest over another couple (or group) who live together, eat together, pray together, etc. is simply wrong (and unconstitutional).

I would like to think that Supreme Court justices are smarter than I am.

At one level, they surely are. Their years of devotion to the practice and analysis of law involves countless pages of book-learning I will never undertake. Their brains must fairly bulge with minutiae I cannot grasp.

But there is a difference between intelligence and wisdom. There are high school dropouts who have deep wells of astuteness about how to think, act and live in an enlightened way. And there are Ph.D.’s I would not let into my house.

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