Shut down government’s ‘marriage’ racket

“This ruling by the five lawyers is no law at all,” said Mat Staver, chief of Liberty Counsel, which fought battles on behalf of biblical marriage. “It is lawless and must be treated as such.”Multitudes of Americans joined in pledging to not follow the opinion and even one of the dissents in the opinion itself characterizes the majority, often described as “the court” in decades of opinions, as “five lawyers.”That was from Chief Justice John Roberts, who pointed out the Constitution doesn’t refer to “marriage,” yet the “five lawyers” decided that it included a specific right to same-sex “marriage.”“Just who do we think we are?” Roberts asked.Sen. Rand Paul said “some rights are more equal than others” and suggested “perhaps the time has come to examine whether or not government recognition of marriage is a good idea, for either party.”“Since government has been involved in marriage, they have done what they always do – taxed it, regulated it, and now redefined it. It is hard to argue that government’s involvement in marriage has made it better, a fact also not surprising to those who believe government does little right,” he said.‘Takedown’! Who really sabotaged marriage – $4.95 today only!He pointed out that some states are “beginning to understand this as they begin to get out of the marriage licensing business altogether.”


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