Punch Back Twice As Hard On The Rainbow Justices

Posted by on June 27, 2015 9:05 am
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So once again the Supreme Court of the United States of America decided to create law out of whole cloth. Americans who disagree, and really out of 315M people at least a good 160-200M would disagree with 5 candyland judges, there is an answer. Alabama is showing the way. The so called libertarians are wetting their pants over the justices letting 3-5% of the population get married. They didn’t try to fight it on a get the government out of marriage, oh no, they fought to force us to accept that somehow, some way, man on man, woman on woman is normal. It is un-natural, the nature of things is continuing on the human existence, not the human condition. The enlightenment of whatever makes you feel good goes is not going to continue the human existence. So what is one to do? Do what should have been done, get the government out of marriage or get the church out of being the signer for the state for marriage. Lets start with the first shall we? Alabama Counties Stop Issuing Marriage Licenses

My office discontinued issuing marriage licenses in February and I have no plans to put Pike County back into the marriage business,” Allen wrote in a statement. “The policy of my office regarding marriage is no different today than it was yesterday.”

Geneva County Probate Judge Fred Hamic also said he intends to permanently close the marriage license bureau in his office, if his attorneys don’t object.

Both judges cited Alabama Code Section 30-1-9: “Marriage licenses may be issued by the judges of probate of the several counties.”

The law says “may” instead of “shall,” Hamic said, which makes a big difference. He said the law permits probate judges to opt of of issuing marriage licenses.

Secondary to States like Alabama, will be the churches in blue and purple states where they will continue to issue marriage licenses. The Churches have no legal obligation to sign off on government licenses, nor should they. Churches can bless marriages but not participate in the legalities of the marriage. Let the betrothed head to city hall for their legalities. Let the State handle the confusion and the mass paperwork and the lines of those wishing to marry. It isn’t the Church’s duty to participate.

We have come to accept that the state is the arbiter of our marriages but the one true arbiter of our marriage is God. Lets keep it simple folks and in the end we have won this war.

10 responses to Punch Back Twice As Hard On The Rainbow Justices

  1. pilgrim June 27th, 2015 at 9:36 am

    I agree that this is not the final word on the meaning of marriage. By my faith I know there is a higher authority than the US Supreme Court, and I must abide by His final word and not abide by the whims of 5 judges.

    • JadedByPolitics June 27th, 2015 at 11:44 am

      Leftists never and I mean never think anything through to its logical conclusion. When the government pushes people both push back and recede from their unjust laws in ways that deny them their insanity.

  2. bobmontgomery June 27th, 2015 at 2:00 pm

    The problem in the immediate future will be in the auxiliary areas like housing (Notre Dame will bow and allow same sex-married housing) adoption agencies, affirmative action laws and policies for homosexuals, reparations. The activists are already saying they’re not done yet. They have fifty years of experience of the racialist movement to know what works.
    God bless Texas.

    • Lady Penguin June 27th, 2015 at 4:08 pm

      That’s exactly what happened in Massachusetts, Bob. Catholic Charities had to close their adoption agencies because they would not adopt children out to homosexual couples. Expect to see more of this in every state that doesn’t have the backbone to fight back against this incredulous making of something unhealthy for society into the new normal.

  3. Lady Penguin June 27th, 2015 at 4:11 pm

    Excellent! I’ve been thinking about this intensely for the past 24hrs. Depressed even. Not because of what people do in their own bedrooms, but the far-reaching implications of what this ruling means – and yes, with the radical Left, there is no stone they will leave unturned, no Christian (or orthodox Jewish) belief they won’t attack. Just look what they did to Mozilla’s executive just because he had donated to keeping marriage defined as one woman, one man. Look at Chick-fil-A – and that wasn’t about ANY kind of employment discrimination. Just Christians who believe that God directs their paths.

    Anyway, I’ve come to a couple of conclusions, and you hit one of them in your piece:
    1) Homosexuality (the demand for “marriage”) is really a narcissistic perspective of life, in that, Nature, in her wisdom for survival of all species (and I am sure Darwin would agree) made for the continuance of each species by making males and females.

    2) There is nothing “natural” or “normal” about a marriage that takes the path of homosexuality. Since the beginning of mankind, from its most primitive caveman days to the modern day manifestation of man, there has been “rules” that indicate certain mating is for the good of society, and obviously, survival of society – whether tribal or so-called civilized – is the purpose of forming marital bonds, procreating and making new nuclear family units generation unto generation.

    • JadedByPolitics June 27th, 2015 at 5:26 pm

      Retraction of the state involved in religious marriages by churches ending the process of signing onto the document provided by the state will be the most delicious of all. It hasn’t always been that churches worked as an agent of the state and so it is time to go back.

    • Melody Warbington June 27th, 2015 at 7:19 pm

      Lady Penguin, I share in your depression. Mine is mingled with anger, much of it not even at the leftists because they told us what they were doing. I’m angry at people who sat by and thought their votes didn’t matter, who thought casting their one vote every 4 years was enough, who are so wrong in their interpretation that “it’s all in God’s hands” that they do nothing. Those same people who are wringing their hands crying that politicians let us down and bemoaning what we’ve lost. I hope they’re serious about wanting to get involved, but I’m not all that optimistic that they are. If so, I’m glad, but still angry they are partly to blame for why our fight is so much more difficult.

  4. Melody Warbington June 27th, 2015 at 7:27 pm

    Thank you for the shout out to Alabama, Jaded. I think you can add Tuscaloosa County to the mix, and I’m hopeful that Shelby County will follow suit. The Alabama Supreme Court and Chief Justice Moore have been leaders on this issue. Their opinion is well worth reading.


    • JadedByPolitics June 27th, 2015 at 11:34 pm

      Shoot thank goodness for Alabama showing the way forward for conservative States. I am very interested in seeing if church’s stop doing marriage certificates then I will know they won’t just lay down and die on the alter of the Godless government!

  5. CommonCents July 1st, 2015 at 12:36 am

    The left just got a hunting license from the mob rule court to target Christians and the family unit.

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