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One self-important county judge wraps herself in a rainbow flag and she demands everyone dance to her tune? That's not the America I want to live in!
A state Superior Court judge Thursday refused to delay the Oct. 21 start date she set to begin same-sex marriages in New Jersey, rejecting the Christie administration's contention that no gay weddings should be peformed while the case is still being fought in the courts.
Judge Mary Jacobson, who last month ordered the state to allow same sex marriages because she said gay couples are being denied equal rights "every day," Thursday wrote that delaying the start date would prolong "violations of their constitutional rights."
Ye gads! By all means let's overturn 6,000 years of Judeo-Christian principle at the drop of a hat, because one judge said so!
Who needs King Barack when you've got Judge Mary Jacobson? She's god-like in her omniscience. Just ask her.
In her 17-page decision Thursday, Jacobson said allowing marriages to move forward would cause no harm to the state and the administration was unlikely to succeed on appeal.
See? She believes she's smarter than everyone else. Here's an idea — cede all government power and complete control over our lives to Mary Jacobson. We don't need elected representatives. We don't need to think for ourselves. She's omnipotent!
Er, not so fast there madam.
It's possible the Oct. 21 start date could still be put on hold. The Christie administration quickly responded Thursday by requesting the state Appellate Division grant the delay instead. The appeals court could consider the motion as soon as next week, according to filing deadlines it set for both sides to make their case.
Lost in all the rush, of course, is our First Amendment right to religious liberty. The impetus behind the same-sex "marriage" juggernaut is to demolish the tenets of Christianity. Why else would its proponents insist on garnering the explicit endorsement of devoutly religious citizens?
Demanding that a Christian photographer document their faux wedding is a direct affront to the First Amendment. Forcing a Catholic baker to supply them with a "wedding" cake forever damages his immortal soul. And when Adam and Steve clamor for the "right" to sashay down the aisle at Saint Patrick's Cathedral it's only to mock all of us who hold and teach the Catholic faith.
The supposed "right" of homosexuals to engage in sodomy cannot, must not, trump religious liberty.
If, and this is a very big if given the activist nature of our judiciary and the utter contempt which homosexuals hold for religion, but if a respectful religious carve-out could be conceived and enforced, then perhaps we could all live together in harmony.
Fat chance of that though. Homosexuals talk "love" whilst spewing hatred.
In their world "tolerance" is a one-way street. And so a nation founded on
the premise of religious liberty descends inexorably into bacchanalian
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