Skip to comments.Group intervening in Fla. gay marriage lawsuits [Black & Hispanic Christians Fight Sodomy]
Posted on 04/03/2014 4:26:37 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
The group that pushed Florida's constitutional amendment banning gay marriage is intervening in lawsuits filed by gay couples that raise challenges...
Florida Family Policy Council officials said Wednesday they would seek to preserve the constitutional amendment approved by more than 62 percent of voters...
A coalition of black and Hispanic civil rights groups and pastors is also defending Florida's constitutional ban.
(Excerpt) Read more at m.chron.com ...
Anyway, it is nice to see Christians standing up and speaking the truth in the public square.
Considering that both were/are ratified by the sovereign people, the Antis had a point.
The American people are way beyond tired of being pushed around. There is absolutely nothing wrong with fifty different approaches to faggot marriage.
The involvement of minority leaders also bolsters the traditional marriage defender claims that this is a broad based issue and not equivalent to “civil rights”.
Amen to them! God go with them!
Yep, which is the VERY REASON the tv stations in Florida are IGNORING this news.
Florida news ping!
And to think, it all began years ago when Anita Bryant was successful in forcing the Florida sodomites back into the closet. The news media was horrified and set out to destroy her.
They were successful.
Yea for them, and these are the kind of Democrats that we need to reach and bring into our conservative coalition!!
That has no effect on federal marriage law with millions of the military, and federal employees and immigrants all having gay marriage and total mobility and transfers, and retirement, within the US, how long do you think the checkerboard effort would work?
As for checkerboard, a fag marriage may be recognized in one state and not in another. It is called federalism, the foundation of our freedoms. Don't like it? Tough.
There is no enumerated power for Rome-on-the-Potomac to define marriage across fifty states.
You didn’t answer anything.
The feds have to deal with marriage for millions, even tens of millions of people in the military, federal employment and immigration.
Speaking only of states doesn’t address the federal level, and it is a pretend fantasy, a way to escape having to fight to stop gay marriage period.
There isn’t a politician alive who doesn’t know that the “I don’t support gay marriage, but it is a state issue” is a way to avoid fighting gay marriage, while allowing it to happen, without getting his own hands dirty.
I don't know why you are so upset.
You just acknowledged that gay marriage for the millions at the federal level, is legal.
I don’t want it to be legal.
I agree with Palin and Cruz, not Paul.
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