If you like your health plan, or doctor, you can keep… .

3af3504eb4b42116770f6a706700817d_c0-137-2900-1827_s561x327“The Supreme Court can no more repeal the laws of nature and nature’s God on marriage than it can the law of gravity. Under our Constitution, the court cannot write a law, even though some cowardly politicians will wave the white flag and accept it without realizing that they are failing their sworn duty to reject abuses from the court. If accepted by Congress and this President, this decision will be a serious blow to religious liberty, which is the heart of the First Amendment.”

But SCOTUS did, today, bend those principles.

Should be interesting when some demand that churches perform same-sex marriages, bakers are asked to bake their cakes, or plan their weddings, etc., etc.  Yes, the Court said,

“…those who adhere to religious doctrines, may continue to advocate with utmost, sincere conviction that, by divine precepts, same-sex marriage should not be condoned…”

But we’ve heard that before… .  Yes?

So where do we go next?  I have no idea.  The Supremes crossed a line today, a point of no return, so to speak.  Opening pandoras box, there will be more litigation on this decision, perhaps more than ever before.  How does a supposedly conservative supreme court make this decision?

I and the courts will now have to hear and try property or custody disputes involving same sex couples when they choose to separate as well.  Guess that opens the stupid pool of opportunity.  One commentator said the Supreme Court made their decision because the trial lawyers were in bed with SCOTUS.  I can tell you that is not the case.  Family lawyers we’re here to say, either way.


3 thoughts on “If you like your health plan, or doctor, you can keep… .”

  1. You can now marry your dog if that’s what you like. But get it spayed/neutered first. We don’t want any more inbred future supreme court justices running around – we’ve got too many already…


    1. Yes. Apparently, SCOTUS says same-sex-marriage is fundamental. Its not. Nothing in the constitution says that. But the Court’s ruling today says it is. Interpreted to that false logic, yep, you can marry whomever, or whatever you want. You have to get a license to marry. You cant marry within certain degrees of consanguinity. The States control marriage. This court stepped way out of bounds. Way out.


      1. If we eliminate income taxes and implement a consumption tax like the Fair Tax, we can eliminate the state being involved in marriage and leave it to the Church where it belongs (since there will no longer be a tax deduction for being married).


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