A vote to preserve the one-man-one-woman definition of marriage cannot be compared to a vote to uphold slavery because sexual orientation is not morally innate like race or gender. It is wrong to be sexually attracted to a family member or a child or someone of your same sex.
Gay people have the exact same right to marry one person of the opposite sex that I do, therefore marriage equality already exists.
Judge Walker, who wrongly nullified the votes of over seven million people should have recused himself-not because he was gay-but because he stood to gain personally from his ruling.
“...Denouncing the ruling, Brian Raum, senior counsel with the Alliance Defense Fund, said the court undercut the democratic process "by taking the power to preserve marriage out of the hands of the people."
"No court should presume to redefine marriage," he stated. "Americans overwhelmingly reject the idea of changing the definition of marriage. Sixty-three million Americans in 31 state elections have voted on marriage, and 63 percent voted to preserve marriage as the timeless, universal, unique union between husband and wife."
Supporters of Prop. 8 will likely now appeal the ruling. The primary sponsor of the measure, ProtectMarriage, can appeal to a larger panel of the 9th Circuit or, like many experts predict, go directly to the U.S. Supreme Court. ...”
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