All right, people, break it up. Nothing to see here. Move along. Move along.
Backlash of, by, and for the people, against liberals' arrogance and their manipulative use of our courts to bypass the people and get unaccountable, social-engineering pet judges to rewrite our laws and single-handedly devalue our long-standing and generally-held mores and traditions without our express consent, will however continue. We the people have only just begun.
California's supreme court only put a temporary stop to one renegade mayor's act of defiance against a marriage law that the people themselves directly enacted. Using the ballot box they already divested their legislative branch of government of any power whatsoever to change it. If they want to similarly divest their courts of the same power, they must add that provision to their constitution.
Nor is this an isolated incident of liberals snubbing their noses at we the people. On the other side of the continent another state's supreme court has dictated that the legislature and the people of that state must devalue our marital traditions. Under our federal constitution, the people of every other state will be powerless to prevent that devaluation from having an injurious effect on their own state law. But that is what liberals and their judicial accomplices are shooting for; and that is why we the people must turn our developing backlash into a substantive bar against that liberal aim, if we want to truly protect and value marriage as we know it and have always known it.
Demanding that our states ratify an amendment to our federal constitution would forever bar the liberals' courtroom attempts to thwart, without our free and open consent and acceptance, the unspoiled sanctity we and our forebears have legitimately decided to afford our unions of marriage.
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