Euripides Wrote:
Mar 22, 2013 2:09 AM
So Goldberg is pro-life because he doesn't like government interference, but he's perfectly OK with the idea of federal judges ignoring judicial procedure and precedent in redefining the institution of marriage, then creating whole cloth another protected class based on sexual preference, while government is enforcing laws that neuter the biological status of men and women, suppressing free speech and free exercise of religion, redefining rule of law by not defending the Defense of Marriage Act, and derailing the civil rights movemen, he agrees with all of this in order to accommodate the idea of two men or two women getting married? Goldberg certainly has an interesting double standard when it comes to the idea of government interference.