In the latest use of what Mike Church, calls the “Miracle Amendment” a federal circuit court has ruled that the citizens of Virginia and by extension North Carolina have no right to govern themselves and that federal government representatives, in this case judges, will dictate what laws you will live under.
In a divided court opinion, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the citizens of Virginia couldn’t amend their states constitution and ban same sex marriage. This case could follow other landmark and divisive decisions such as Roe v. Wade (1973), Bush v. Gore (2000) all based on the 14the Amendment the Amendment that seems to offer an ever expanding array of new found powers to the federal government while stripping states of their rights.
“Lower-court judges in a dozen states have also found voter-approved restrictions on the ability of same-sex couples to get married to be unconstitutional.” CNN Politics
In what can only be the biggest example of subservience and indoctrination in the belief that the rights of 310 million people in these united states should be decided by 9 federal employees Byron Babione, senior counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom said in a statement that, “Ultimately, the question whether the people are free to affirm marriage as a man-woman union will be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.”
“The Virginia case is notable in that the state’s attorney general, Democrat Mark Herring, had declined to defend the ban – an amendment to the state’s constitution passed by Virginia voters in 2006. On a call with reporters after the ruling, Herring said he was ‘proud that the commonwealth of Virginia is leading on one of the most important civil rights issues of our day.’” US News
A state’s attorney general that makes a statement like that deserves to be immediately replaced because he has (more…)