From Slippery Slope to Free Fall

They tried it in Greece and look what an affinity for homosexuality brought them. Their amoral, secular world view destroyed their democracy and their culture. All that remains of their golden age are a few marble columns.
Riots and retsina have replaced reason in the land of the once-admirable republic. California, indeed America, is not far behind. In this world there are no “consequence free zones”.

A homosexual federal judge has ruled that California’s Proposition 8 (which defines marriage as exclusively between one man and one woman) is unconstitutional because, in essence, “morality” no longer has a place in law and public discourse. He probably never read Washington’s farewell address to the nation or any other of the Founders firmly held beliefs that religion and morality formed the fundamental framework upon which this nation was built and only upon which this nation would long endure.

The girlie men, the burley women and those who cynically seek and collect campaign contributions from them have all mis-framed this debate. This has nothing to do with equality. There is nothing equal among the unions of man and woman, man and man, woman and woman. In a union between a man and a woman 1+1=the potential to create many others. Same gender unions= 1+1=0. Being unable to procreate, they must recruit. I care not for what anyone wishes to do in the privacy of their homes but please do not debase our culture by lying publicly about the imaginary benefits of one’s particular predilection.

This incomprehensible ruling (after all, morality IS the basis for law) is not the end of the story. This will ultimately go to the Supreme Court where, it is to be hoped, the proponents of the traditional view of marriage will cast off their puny, pitiful, pathetic PC appeals to what remains of reason in this nation, and state the case for what it truly is; the First Amendment’s affirmation of the pre-existence of a free people’s right to the free exercise of religion in concert with the absolute prohibition of state-sanctioned religion, which neo-secularism and this ruling certainly and fully represent. A belief in no God cannot reasonably be considered legally superior to a belief in God. But with Kagan on the court and Kennedy acting as the wild card, reason may well fail to prevail.

God bless the Supreme Court.

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