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Marriage Is a Religious Liberty Issue

mickdavid Wrote: 14 hours ago (2:45 PM)
One day Robert, you will care; and you will bend your knee and bow before the God of all creation.
The only duty of any Justice of the Supreme Court is to interpret a law in the light of the Constitution. None of the liberal Justices perform this simple task. They pontificate about 'living documents' and 'changing mores' but avoid the plain language whenever they can. If Roberts didn't want to appear political he could have applied the plain meaning of the text law to his deliberations and avoided all controversy. I can't imagine anyone of sound judicial mind siding with Ginsberg and the reasoning of the liberal cabal.
Ever since the Obamacare decision I have been troubled by one thought. Why did Roberts side with the pro Obamacare types and declare, in a pretzel logic move, that the premiums were actually taxes and therefore Constitutional. I firmly believe that Roberts was directly subverted by Obama under some kind of threat. I don't know what that might have been but the sheer illogic from a man who up to that time showed no indications of mental disease forces me to that conclusion. I will watch with great interest if this case get to the Supremes.
Well, the people of Iowa have a decision to make. If they send this dipstick to the Senate we all suffer for their lack of ability to make sound choices. They join the likes of New York, California and the other lib Democrat enclaves.
Okay, here's what we need to do next. Call any and all IT types that were on duty during the time in question to testify. Also, call an independent IT security expert to testify. Issue a subpoena for the physical hard drive. Have the drive certified that it was Lerner's (under oath) and have it examined by a competent data analysis firm. It would not be that difficult to get past the IRS liars and get to the bottom of this issue. Any non-compliance is reacted to with arrest and jail. Enough!
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Marriage Is a Religious Liberty Issue

mickdavid Wrote: 15 hours ago (1:53 PM)
Green, you must have studied Constitutional law at Obama Tech. The Constitution grants no, that's NO group rights. It grants individual rights to all citizens without regard for group standing. If 20 consecutive judges as you state have ruled that gay marriage bans are unconstitutional, then their view of the Constitution is as flawed as yours. What don't you understand?
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Marriage Is a Religious Liberty Issue

mickdavid Wrote: 15 hours ago (1:44 PM)
As a private business you can refuse service to whomever you want for whatever reason you want. For example, I as a business owner can refuse service to someone not wearing a shirt or shoes. It's my business.
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Marriage Is a Religious Liberty Issue

mickdavid Wrote: 15 hours ago (1:40 PM)
Actually green, the man's reasoning is solid. The definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman has held sway in societies for thousands of years. The push to legitimize same sex marriage is simply a tactic of homosexuals to gain acceptance for their deviance which until recently was defined as deviance - by pretty much everyone. My dog in this fight is that when you lose the battle for the definition, the war is pretty much over. Same sex whatever may be defined as plumbing inspecting or civil unions or animal crackers. Marriage it is not.
Dear pseudoScience, when Obama starts telling citizens who they have to hire before they can do business it won't be long before he find your sacred cow and jams it up your sanctimonious backside. Based on what we have seen so far, do you think this is the final act of his star studded performance?
"How can you, as a man who professes to be a person of faith and a follower of Jesus, throw religious Americans, in particular Christians, under the bus?" It's time to wise up Michael. This man is no more a Christian than Jeremiah Wright. He has no religious affections whatsoever. He believes that he is god.
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