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Re: “Arkansas Supreme Court stays ruling overturning same-sex marriage ban

I find interesting the Constitution being amended by the courts instead of the Law makers in Congress. It is the interpretation of the Law that brings us to this discussion. Should I, an individual, accept what an homosexual person says as true concerning to the Law ? Or, may a private interpretation of the Constitution be allowed by the Law makers (or the Congress) to "convince" or entice the nation into "accepting the views of homosexual people ? Who is obtain rights above all other individuals? Many laws that protect us against unlawful behaviors could be defeated in a court by this lack of action in Congress. Who makes the Law ? Congress makes them. Or, is Congress too afraid to make real laws that have meaning and reasons.

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Posted by Tom Paris on 05/18/2014 at 7:59 AM


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