Shouldn't Prop 8 Should Be Supported By Court Ruling Against DOMA?

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Why are "gay marriage" proponents celebrating? In yet another judicial attack on marriage, the federal courts have overthrown DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act), saying a federal ban on gay marriage doesn't allow states their right to define marriage.

But doesn't this mean that states can define marriage excluding gay couples? Since now it's up to the states? In all likelihood the tyrannical courts will go on to legislate that it's up to states to define marriage- as long as it includes gays and any other couple that liberals want included.

The ridiculousness of the situation is increasing. Liberals are now talking about this ruling as a foreshadow for Proposition 8, California's constitutional ban on "gay marriage." How? Am I missing something here?

Gay marriage has never been supported by popular vote.


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