Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Stop the ACLU Blogburst

Cross Posted from Gribbit's Word
The post was written by Gribbit and published by Jay. There seemed to be some kind of issue in publishing.

A central theme of the 2004 elections coinciding with the Presidential election was state amendments to their individual Constitutions defining marriage or banning same sex marriages. The ACLU has been successful in overturning these laws passed by the popular vote of the people in 2 states. Now, the ACLU is challenging another such law this time in the Volunteer State and the case is now coming before the state Supreme Court.

Several state representatives held a news conference to urge the Tennessee Supreme Court to reject an ACLU challenge on the constitutionality of the marriage amendment and let it go before a voter referendum.

They cited a survey by, a Brentwood, Tenn.-based group trying to get the amendment passed, that indicates most Tennesseans want to be able to vote on defining marriage as between a man and a woman.

“It’ll be a sad day when queers and lesbians are allowed to get married ... and kiss in front of the courthouse,” Rep. Eric Watson, R-Cleveland, said.

Meanwhile, the U.S. Senate rejected a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. The 49-48 procedural vote was 18 short of the 67 needed for the Senate to amend the constitution. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., criticized this week for bringing the matter to the floor in an election year, said those who favor the amendment will not give up.

“We must continue fighting to ensure the Constitution is amended by the will of the people rather than by judicial activism,” he said. SOURCE

So what are we to do? States are passing these measures by popular vote and those pushing the depravity of same sex marriage cannot prevent it from happening using the ballot so they resort to the judicial system. They bank on the activism of jurists to side with the minority. I'm sorry, but the way I was taught, majority rules is the democratic way.

The people in Tennessee want this law. But the ACLU and the gay lobby is doing all that they can to keep us from having our will and force us to accept unnatural coupling as health and normal. Where does it end?

End taxpayer funding of the ACLU. Sign our online petition and call, write, and email your Senators and Congressman. Let's put this to an end.

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