Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Massachusetts' Recent Same Sex Ruling Will Effect All States

Massachusetts rolls over for the Gay lobby and fast-tracks a proposal for same sex marriage without a debate or even a roll call. Of course the house is planning on voting on it next and the governor is prepared to sign it. (link)

The recent ruling in California that usurped the people's wishes was the catalyst for this decision. Apparently, the homosexual lobby has been energized by it.

Same sex couples can marry in Massachusetts, but it wasn't supposed to be recognized in other states until now:

What the senators decided to do was repeal a 1913 law that bars out-of-state couples from marrying in the state unless their "marriage" would be legal in their home state.

So same sex couples will travel to Massachusetts to get married then go back to their home state and demand that it be recognized via the courts.

There you go, our voices don't matter much anymore according to the homosexual activists,the liberal activist judges and the liberal politicians in certain states.

When liberals take the throne it is really what they want more so than what the people want.

A more important issue to me is that this will involve forcing the church to recognize same sex marriages and if a pastor refuses to marry them he will be sued. The trickle down effect of this is huge.

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