Gay Marriage and the Democratic Senate

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  1. jimnyc

    jimnyc ...

    Aug 28, 2003
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    Who would have ever thought that gay marriage could be brought in to the United States by two mayors and four unelected judges?

    The same-sex marriage phenomenon is just the most recent development in a long process by which the judiciary has been short-circuiting the legislative process to advance the agenda of the radical left.

    Remember when President Bush signed the long-awaited partial birth abortion ban into law? The judiciary lost no time in whittling away that law, legislation that represents the will of the people as expressed through their elected representatives.

    Now in California, we see the courts short-circuiting the will of the people by allowing the mayor of San Francisco to defy state law by issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

    While Americans want a judiciary that respects our Constitution, a minority of Democratic Senators have twisted Senate rules to block the appointment of any judge who doesn't countenance the liberal agenda.

    President Bush needs to link these two issues: unelected judges imposing gay marriage on the nation and the Democratic Senators who impede reform of the judiciary by using arcane Senate procedures to block the appointment of decent judges who respect the American Constitution.

    The American people have yet to react to the Democratic filibuster of President Bush's judicial appointments, but polls show that the people are angry about the "marriages."

    Team Bush must make the American people see that the root cause of all these problems is a corrupt judiciary and that the Democrats in the Senate (including John Kerry) are committed to thwart any attempt at reform.
  2. Avatar4321

    Avatar4321 Diamond Member Gold Supporting Member

    Feb 22, 2004
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    Which is why we should consider going around the senate and the judiciary and call for a Constitutional Convention through the states.

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