Same Sex Marriage is the Law – Pedophile Groups Rejoice!

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SCOTUS rules and the people rejoice. Well, only if they have no clue what was done. Or not done. Gay people across the nation are celebrating. Hell, even I have a hard time showing any sign of negativity. It seems like a big win for the LGBTeieio community. But is it?

Go to social media and get a barrage of “and my marriage is still not affected” comments. But is it?

I’m betting there are a lot of naysayers out there (myself included) who are being quiet today. Two of my daughters are a huge supporter of gay marriage. Anything I say or do today would generally rain on their parade. In my case, silence is not acceptance. My silence is simply trying to digest what the hell happened and how our great country is following every other great civilization down the path of moral decay and destruction.

So, how does this “Same Sex Marriage” decision affect me, you, and the general population? Here’s a list, certainly not comprehensive but you can add your comments at the bottom.
How does it affect thee? Let me count the ways.

  1. MarriageChurches will be forced into performing same sex marriages or lose their tax exempt status. I know a lot of secular folk who think that would be a great thing. Think harder. Just one church, the LDS Church (Mormons) being taken off the tax exempt rolls would harm many people in many countries. The Mormon Church is usually the first responding organization when a disaster hits anywhere in the world. How would losing tax exempt status effect their mission?
  2. The gay community will take a hit in its goal to become mainstreamed. Yes it will. Don’t argue. As Chief Justice, John Roberts explained in his dissent:“Supporters of same-sex marriage have achieved considerable success persuading their fellow citizens—through the democratic process—to adopt their view. That ends today. Five lawyers have closed the debate and enacted their own vision of marriage as a matter of constitutional law. Stealing this issue from the people will for many cast a cloud over same-sex marriage, making a dramatic social change that much more difficult to accept.”In other words, forcing it down our throats will backfire in the court of public opinion.
  3. The SCOTUS is now an activist court. This is a disastrous outcome that many today are applauding, but will be mourning in the near future. Just as the Senate Democrats voted to keep the minority of Republicans from a filibuster a few years ago, now those rules apply to the minority Democrats. I doubt they’re happy about it.This ruling, and the ObamaCare “Exchange” ruling the day before, were not based in law, but in activism. As Justice Scalia wrote in the “Exchange” dissent, ObamaCare should be called “SCOTUSCare” since the court has rewritten the law twice to keep it alive.
  4. Our SCOTUS justices can be bought, and there’s no ethics committee to stop it. Two Supreme Court justices have performed same sex marriages. Yet did they recuse themselves from the vote? No! Should they have recused themselves? Absolutely. The conflict of interest is dripping off them.
  5. Our SCOTUS is not following precedent any longer and is breaking its own rules. As Chief Justice Roberts points out, “The majority acknowledges none of this doctrinal background, and it is easy to see why: Its aggressive application of substantive due process breaks sharply with decades of precedent and returns the Court to the unprincipled approach of Lochner.”
  6. Our SCOTUS no longer holds prior case law with any regard. The argument many SS marriage supporters use revolve around interracial marriage. Previous cases in which the SCOTUS ruled unconstitutional were used but were not on point.For example, the most quoted case, Loving v Virginia, never tried to change the definition of marriage. Virginia was denying marriage based on race, not marriage between a man and woman. All other marriage bans the court has overturned were done so, not because of a definition, but because the state couldn’t show a compelling reason to enforce the ban. This ruling has changed the very definition of marriage, in which none of the supporting cases addressed.
  7. Ready for plural marriage? It’s coming. In fact, plural marriage will be easier to sell than same sex marriage as it is already practiced around the world and has biblical history as well.
  8. In such a poorly worded law, I believe that my Utah concealed carry permit, which about 14 other states didn’t recognize yesterday, will now be valid anywhere I travel today. If not, it’s a minor lawsuit from reality. If the state can license it, all states must abide by it.
  9. Civil war II? Most people believe (without fact) that the Civil War was about slavery. While slavery was a major component of the war, what the Southern States fought so hard for was their rights to make their own laws. Although the decision was correct, banning slavery on a federal level caused the deadliest, bloodiest war in our nation’s history. Could it happen again? Don’t think for a minute that the silent majority will take this lying down.
  10. My last, and biggest point, is startling. Pedophilia. Does this ruling give pedophiles a leg up in abusing children? Yes, yes it does. How?

    Every in-road made by advocates for SS Marriage is being followed by pedophile groups. The same arguments are being made. Tell me, if you’re in favor of same sex marriage, how can you be opposed to a 50 year old marrying a 12 year old when pedophilia is defined as a “sexual orientation”? That’s the same argument you used to get your ruling to marry.

But, you say, pedophilia isn’t a “sexual orientation”. It’ a mental illness. Pedophiles are sick, you say. Not according to two prominent researchers in Canada in 2011 and Harvard in 2010. This isn’t anything new. As far back as 1976, the “National Council for Civil Liberties” submitted this to England’s Parliament:

Marriage“Childhood sexual experiences, willingly engaged in with an adult,” it read, “result in no identifiable damage … The real need is a change in the attitude which assumes that all cases of paedophilia result in lasting damage.”

Pedophile groups around the world, and here in America, and many academics, advocate the view of Tom O’Carroll, that society’s outrage at paedophilic relationships is essentially emotional, irrational, and not justified by science. “It is the quality of the relationship that matters,” O’Carroll insists. “If there’s no bullying, no coercion, no abuse of power, if the child enters into the relationship voluntarily … the evidence shows there need be no harm.”

Rush Limbaugh gets into more detail of this report. Read his radio transcript here.

Even our own US Court system is at odds with itself. Criminal courts are convicting child molesters while civil courts are finding the children responsible and awarding damages.

Your thoughts are welcome.

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About Layne Mangum

I'm a white, old, man who will not succumb to the political gerrymandering of our great American political system. I'm conservative. I'm traditional. I'm no where in the vicinity of your lefty version of how I should or should not talk. I tell it like it is, from my point of view. If you have a different view, make a comment and let's discuss it rationally. If you start calling names, your comments will NOT be published. Keep it civil or stay away.

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