Wednesday, May 21, 2014, 2:54 pm
"Judge Jones ruling has no basis in Supreme Court precedent, and lacks any foundation in the text of the Constitution, or in the history or traditions of our country. Instead, he substituted his own personal dogmatic ideology as he proclaimed that any recognition of natural marriage should be thrown 'into the ash heap of history.'You heard that right, straight people. No more recognition for you! You can thank the nefarious gay agenda.
"What is inevitable is that male-female unions will continue to be uniquely important to society. The only question is whether Government will acknowledge that fact or attempt to deny the truth about marriage.
Too late. Ash heap.
"Oddly, Judge Jones made reference to reading the 'tea leaves' of the Supreme Court's Windsor decision. Shouldn't we expect judges to read the Constitution and the law - not 'tea leaves?'
Hmmm, he's right. The Constitution clearly says "between a man and a woman because natural marriage". It's right there in the Second Amendment, the only one that matters to conservatives, right after the clause containing the entire conservative Bible (i.e., Leviticus).