Skip to comments.2013 March for Marriage!
Posted on 03/26/2013 9:22:41 AM PDT by Maelstorm
Here are some great pictures from the ongoing March for Marriage in Washington DC.
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I rarely agree with the French, but they are right with that!!
There are a lot of sleeping people in the world who are used to just going along to get along thinking if they do they will be left alone. If they are not awake yet they will be. The question of whether they will be protesting from a prison cell or a mental institution or a public imposed bubble of silence where no one will be allowed to hear their protests.
I wish someone would organize something for the people across this country before the Supreme Court rules. A 24 hour event that would hit hard. Like jamming phones of every single senator/rep. A million calls/emails to the Supreme Court . Hitting the left steam media’s phones/websites-both-with their bias reporting on this issue. Most important one; millions praying/fasting in shifts for 24 hours.
A great idea! Here’s the way I’d put together such an event.
I’d set up call centers to contact churches and conservative organizations across the US to arrange participation. I’d also arrange speaking slots for big name conservatives that would draw crowds. Right now our side is failing to leverage everything at its disposal. You have the right idea we should be getting our conservative reps and senators to stand up and speak out against SSM.
I agree praying is essential but people need to see that that are not alone.
It’s great to see people marching for Marriage, but I am still thinking of how Roberts double-crossed us over Obamacare and knowing that his Dyke Lesbian Cousin is in the Supreme Court room watching him.
Something should be done. We can’t accept this crap before France does.
Can’t wait for the media to vastly under report the number of people that attended today’s March for Marriage.
I bet they say it was a couple thousand when the pictures indicate it could have been hundreds of thousands.
From a constitutional perspective, the states have never delegated to the federal government the specific power to regulate marriage. Not only is this evidenced by the Constitution's silence about marriage, gay marriage therefore not a constitutonally protected right, but the Founding States made the 10th Amendment to clarify the Constitution's silence about things like marriage (and abortion and euthanasia, etc.) make such issues unique state power issues.
Next, regardless of today's PC spin on the Equal Protection Clause of Section 1 of the 14th Amendment by the liberal media to justify gay marriage, please consider the following. If liberals would also read Section 2 of 14A then they would see that 14A was not made to prevent the states from making laws which discriminate on the basis of anything not expressly protected by the Constitution. This is because Section 2 shows that 14A itself discriminates on the basis of sex, age and citizenship, these issues addressed by later amendments.
14th Amendment, Section 2: Representatives shall be apportioned among the several States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for President and Vice President of the United States, Representatives in Congress, the Executive and Judicial officers of a State, or the members of the Legislature thereof, is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twenty-one years of age, and citizens of the United States (emphasis added), or in any way abridged, except for participation in rebellion, or other crime, the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the number of such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of age in such State.
In fact, regardless of the Equal Protections Clause of Section 1 of 14A, the Supreme Court decided in favor of a state law which prohibits women from voting despite Virginia Minor's claim that her citizenship gave her the right to vote.
So I would also like to see signs referencing the Section 2 of 14A and Minor v. Happersett in addition to emotion-moving signs which reference Mom & Dad.
Note that Obama guard dog Shep Smith of Fx News just emphasized 14A Equal Protections Clause concerning gay marriage. How long would it take Smith to read Section 2 of 14A on Fx?
I was there with some friends from church; beautiful day and lots of people of faith. Nice to see such a diverse crowd.
Ive just seen this posted and thank you posting this as I sure as hell not ehard anything about it from elsewhere.
Yet again the freepers come through.
If there is anything like that again please ping me as I woudl march too and so woudl this family and if it;s local then a lot of good ole boys and just the average guy and gal woudl join in here.
agree, we need to have a massive march , you would be surprised or maybe not how many people have not a clue about what is going on about queers and their agenda today
I’m French, and I regret so much the general anti-french sentiment that is prevailing in the US. It is just silly, and so far away from reality. If we oppose the US sometimes, we feel much closer to American people than you imagine.
I was at the march in Paris last Sunday against same-sex marriage and adoption. We were more 1.5 million in the streets of Paris. We and our kids have been attacked by police with teargases because we want to protect traditional marriage, against this most-modern revolutionary society that a small minority, supported by the media, wants to impose over the werstern world.
YOU american Citizens, stop listening to the media. We are a courageous People, we are a very old nation and we take our responsibilities. Peoples from the West believing in traditional values should get united. We need your support.