Monday, August 16, 2010

Shocked and Awesome

Appeals Court Suspends Gay Marriage in California

I couldn't believe my ears when I turned on the radio in my car this evening and heard that the federal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals had stayed the homosexual judge Vaughn Walker's decision on Proposition 8. As you know, his biased decision was to annul the votes of over 7 million Californians, who decided to amend their state constitution to define marriage as between one man and one woman. So for now, until the case makes its way through the highest court in the land there will be no gay marriages in the state.

The 9th Circuit is well knows as easily the most liberal and most activist Appeals Court in the nation. It is also the one whose rulings are most often overturned by the United States Supreme Court. This case, as predicted, is heading for a showdown before the nine Supremes, now loaded with two Communist lesbians. Who knows what will happen then. But today I am literally stunned that the Court has ruled in favor of the American people and on the side of the law for once. This has to be a dream in the midst of the long national nightmare we are all trapped in. Somebody pinch me...

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