Skip to comments.Republican governorsí words shift on gay marriage
Posted on 07/12/2014 9:40:31 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Deep in the nations Bible Belt, new signs emerged this weekend of an evolution among Republican governors on gay marriage, an explosive social issue that has divided Americas families and politics for years.
While the Republican Partys religious conservatives continue to fight against same-sex marriage, its governors appear to be backing off their opposition- in their rhetoric, at least. For some, the shift may be more a matter of tone than substance as the GOP tries to attract new voters ahead of the midterm elections. Nonetheless, it is a dramatic turn for a party that has long been defined by social conservative values. [ ]
Courts across the nation repeatedly have struck down gay marriage bans in recent months. The latest such ruling came Wednesday in Colorado, but its on hold pending an appeal. At least 20 states now allow gay marriage, although the issue may be headed for the Supreme Court.
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50 state homosexual marriage is in our future, and will probably happen via Supreme Court order. Since the courts are apparently the only ones in society who are allowed to define marriage, its academic what any of us think. We have worked to get states to vote on the definition of marriage in the traditional manner, but courts are finding it is not allowable to vote on how marriage will be defined.
What governor, where?
Oh, multiple governors, or just republican governors in general.
At this point, the Supreme Court should be dissolved along with its allies at lower levels. It’s a direct threat to liberty.
“Walker, too, said that Republican governors would be “legally obligated” to support gay marriage should the Supreme Court rule in its favor.”
Okay, THIS is a problem. For me, this makes Scott Walker ineligable for the nomination should he seek it. By this logic, he is legally obligated to support abortions as well. Insane. The Repukes truly are USELESS.