Well, the SCOTUS has officially declared itself God.
Let me say that again, just so no one misses the importance and magnitude of what’s transpired over the last couple of days.
The Supreme Court of the United States of America has now assumed the role of redefining centuries-old, fundamental institutions like marriage and natural, human, God-given rights, liberties and freedoms, while simultaneously rewriting laws that have already been passed through Congress. To put it another way: The Constitution, along with the Bill of Rights, has been shredded like toilet paper in favor of supporting and promoting unconstitutional ideologies and political narratives like gay marriage and Obamacare.
For all intents and purposes, we are no longer living in the United States of America and we sure as hell aren’t living under founding principles and tenets of a Constitutional Republic. That America is now gone. It’s over. We might as well rename the country.
Just one day after magically (er, illegally) rewriting Obamacare — upholding nationwide tax subsidies for millions of Americans, despite that power resting with the states according to the law — the Supreme Court managed to find an invisible magic fairy or some pixie dust buried somewhere deep in the recesses of the 14th Amendment, requiring every state to grant marriage licenses to gay couples. Somehow, likely through sheer sorcery and witchcraft, they also managed to pass a requirement that every state recognize licenses from other states. The 5-4 opinion means that the 14 states which still have same-sex marriage bans can no longer enforce them.
Justice Anthony Kennedy, sounding like a teenage gay activist or a hippy smoking a joint, wrote: “No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice and family.” Then he shed his black robe, revealing cutoff denim shorts and a Woodstock Tie Dye t-shirt, before breaking into a stunning rendition of "Y-M-C-A."
I guess at this point it’s really not surprising that the Supreme Court is creating rights that don’t exist. They’ve been doing it for decades — most notably forcing Americans to purchase a healthcare product they don’t want; declaring mothers can legally murder their unborn children; and now affirming that every American, and the country itself, is somehow entitled to homosexual marriage. In an utterly bizarre form of twisted logic and legal acrobatics, the Supreme Court redefined the very core principles of marriage — the idea that marriage is a covenant bond and sacred relationship between one man and one woman. Kennedy even went on to suggest that traditional marriage forces gay men and women to endure a life of “loneliness.” Seriously? Is this guy a Supreme Court justice or Dr. Phil? I’m having a hard time telling the difference.
Anyway, it’s utterly absurd and borderline unpatriotic to use the Constitution as some sort of baby blanket or teddy bear to prevent people from feeling “lonely.” The fact that I even have to explain this is nauseating. Furthermore, “gay marriage” isn’t really marriage at all. Marriage is an institution, not just a “loving bond between two people.” Marriage, by its very definition, has parameters, rules, principles, boundaries and abilities (like creating life and sustaining humanity) that no other “relationship” has. Otherwise it isn’t marriage. Without its core definition — a timeless definition that has existed since God breathed life into the first man and created the first woman — marriage is meaningless. Kennedy, along with his fellow progressive, black-robed nitwits, never even remotely tried to explain why marriage should include love, or be a bond between two people. Why not? They’re already playing God anyway, so why not go all the way? I mean hell, if we’re redefining marriage completely, then where does it end? I have a “loving relationship” with my Mustang, so what’s to say I can’t marry my sports car? Or what’s to prevent three straight women, one homosexual male, a head of lettuce, two transgendered women and a drunk llama from having an eight-way marriage ceremony and living together in perfect harmony? If we’re going to play by these new rules, then marriage becomes anything we want it to be, which, ironically, means that it isn’t marriage at all. For centuries, marriage has been a bond between one man and woman. That’s what makes it marriage.
This is what liberal, radical progressivism does. It changes the definition of something by ripping that thing apart, removing the pieces it finds to be offensive or obsolete, creates new parts, then throws it all back together, morphing it into some weird amalgamation that has no resemblance to the original design whatsoever. This is usually followed by lots of cheering and applause. (And a Gay Men’s Chorus rendition of the national anthem.)
Today, progressives threw the institution of marriage into a blender. And everyone rejoiced. Everyone. Even the president:
So historic and worthy of jubilation was this vote, that our leaders felt the need to light the White House up in a splash of rainbow colors — paying tribute to gay rights. I can’t help but wonder what our Founding Fathers would think about this sight. It’s horrifically embarrassing and an utter disgrace to everything our government stands for.
To say that marriage is a bond between only one man and one woman is not hateful or bigoted or extremist or homophobic. It’s just Truth. It’s just stating a definition. The definition of something doesn’t change just because you deem it outdated or find it offensive. A married man and woman have the ability, biological capacity and potential to create life. A gay man in a relationship with another man does not have this ability. The capacity to create life is one of the many things that makes marriage what it is. It is woven into the very fabric of marriage. To say that two men or two women are “married” is a blasphemous insult to what marriage was designed to be. Marriage is one thing and a gay relationship or “union" is another. They are not the same. One can develop a family, the other cannot. One advances and sustains the human race, the other does not. One has been sacred and concrete since the dawn of the human race, the other has not and is not.
We’ve truly entered a new age of progressivism, folks. Absolute Truth no longer has meaning, words have no meaning (by the admission of one of the SCOTUS justices) and anything with a centuries-old definition is now open to interpretation and, apparently, legal scrutiny. And not just scrutiny, but legal action and legislation, all because five (out of nine) people in black robes have decided they are equal to The Almighty Himself — while, cowardly, caving to political pressure and giving in to LGBT demands.
This is what your president meant when he said he would “fundamentally transform America.” It’s here. It’s now.
Honestly, I couldn’t care less what two consenting adults do in the privacy of their bedroom. It’s none of my business and, frankly, I really don’t want to know. Sure, I have my own personal, religious beliefs about gay marriage and homosexuality. But, leave the government (and all of us) out of it. The federal government should have no role in the institution of marriage other than protecting and maintaining its definition and sustaining its longevity and existence — and it absolutely should not be playing judicial and legislative roles simultaneously. This is a massive, unprecedented, blatant and egomaniacal breech of the Constitution. Any middle school student with a C+ in civics class knows this.
You see, now that the government is involved in the institution of marriage at this high of a level, everything about marriage, and all of its components, is open to being redefined by the federal government. Terms like ‘family,’ ‘husband and wife,’ ‘mom and dad’ are now essentially meaningless. The entire concept of the traditional family has been wiped out with this ruling. Furthermore, this opens the door for the federal government to fine any business, religious institution or media outlet that speaks out against gay marriage or refuses to engage in or support gay marriage. Any radio program or TV network that broadcasts on public airwaves — from conservative talk show giants like Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck to your local Christian music station — are now in jeopardy of being eliminated.
For now, the SCOTUS ruling is supposedly only limited to requiring state courts to perform gay marriages. But, mark my words: the federal government is coming for churches next. It will happen. Someone will sue a church for refusing to perform a gay marriage and the case will wind up going to the Supreme Court. And if the federal government continues with this warped, unconstitutional logic, a lot of pastors will be fined or, God-forbid, arrested. Churches across the country will shut down and start meeting in people’s homes.
Does this sound overly dramatic? Maybe. Farfetched? Perhaps. But plausible? Absolutely. Possible? You bet.
As our country descends into total confusion, chaos and ideological anarchy, there is one fundamental, unwavering, unchangeable, unshakeable constant: Truth. No matter what any bloviating Supreme Court Justice or deranged politician says, marriage always has been, is and always will be only one thing. It will always have only one meaning, one definition: one man and one woman. Period.
Today, the Truth was thrown into the pit of Hell in favoring of legalizing something that doesn’t really even exist.
Today, the obliteration of Truth was not mourned, lamented or grieved by the majority of Americans.
Truly, the beginning of the end for any civilization, starts when the destruction and rejection of Truth is met, not with sadness, but with thunderous applause and deafening cheers.
And that’s exactly what happened today.
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