Obama Goes All In For Gay Marriage:

In an impromptu White House press conference on Friday, President Barack Obama spoke on his administration’s recent decision to file an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to strike down Proposition 8, saying there is “no good reason” for a ban on same-sex marriage.
He was responding to a reporter who asked the president why he doesn’t “just argue that marriage is a right that should be available to all people of this country.”

Like Pastor John MacArthur said, the Democrat Party has adopted a platform of advancing what God hates. Do not like the religious argument? How about the freedom one: you can kiss the freedom of speech and religion goodbye once we are forced to accept homosexuality as a normal expression of human sexuality.

HT: Hot Air

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  1. Obama makes an excellent argument. If the SCOTUS asks California why they did this, it's going to be difficult to answer. California will have to do a strange dance between saying our state law does not exclude a certain "class" of people from getting married, and then also saying that one larger class of people voted to prevent the other smaller class of people from enjoying the same rights that the larger class has, but it was all done legally.

      • I believe in the constitution. I believe in the Equal Protection Clause. Remember Bush vs.Gore? California has violated that clause in much the same way Florida did in 2000 in which 7 of 9 justices agreed.

  2. There is absolutely NOTHING blocking gays from marriage! …the only thing a marriage LICENSE does is register the individuals with legal authorities for a) various benefits intended to aid child rearing, and b) contract requirements between the individuals preventing then from splitting up without settling up economically!
    "Gay Marriage" is all about money! …there are no love police!

    • uhhhh some kind of act or law or something along the lines of saying that marriage is between a man and a woman. DOMA, MOMA, SOMA, FOMA hmmm, maybe you've heard something like that mentioned somewhere before, possibly back in 1996?

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