"Nevada is willing to gamble on a lot of things, but marriage isn't one
of them. In federal court yesterday, Judge Robert Jones dealt a big
setback to state activists hoping to redefine marriage. His opinion,
which he issued just days after oral arguments, may be one of the most
compelling yet on the question of 'equality' for homosexual couples. The
lead plaintiffs in the case are two lesbians, both grandmothers, who
argued that Nevada's 10-year-old marriage amendment is discriminatory.
Judge Jones emphatically disagreed in a 41-page masterpiece that
thoroughly dismantled the Left's legal logic. Homosexuals aren't being
denied the right to marry, Jones explained. They simply have to abide by
the same criteria as everyone else.
"Our Election Day losses might actually be the key to future victories in
court. Now that three states have actually voted for same-sex 'marriage,' liberals can no longer claim the court as their only avenue
to 'equal protection.' Even lesbian activists like Nan Hunter, a
Georgetown professor, admit that judges might be less likely to intervene on marriage if
homosexuals no longer seem 'powerless' to advance their agenda. It could
even, Hunter argues, change the way the Supreme Court sees the
issue--if, as it's expected, the justices agree to hear at least one of the marriage cases in their hopper." - Hate group leader Tony Perkins, via press release.
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