Friday, August 13, 2010

Big Brother Says Pick a Bridge and Jump, Part II

Part I

Homosexual "Marriage":

I'm sure by now my readers are somewhat familiar with the recent ruling in California on homosexual "marriage." Federal judge Vaughn Walker struck down Proposition 8, which was a constitutional amendment defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman. Seven million California voters approved this amendment in 2008, or about 52%.

Perhaps you might say, "Big deal. This just affects Californication, the land of illegal aliens, drag queens, leftism as moderate politics, and nutcases of all sorts." OK, I won't argue that point.

But consider this: in the most leftward-leaning state of the union, over half of voters said "No!" to nuptialed fruits. California also is the most populous state, so a decision of this import may have far-reaching ramifications for the rest of the United States.

The unelected Judge Walker, an open homosexual himself, reacted to the public's will by telling Californians to take a long walk off a short pier. Allowing Walker's presiding over this case is like letting a fat guy create menu ideas for Jenny Craig.

The case isn't over, yet, as it will see a long appeals process leading all the way to the Supreme Court. But it illustrates the gaping chasm separating the will of the people, and the will of the lawless elites.

(to be continued)

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