Monday, May 12, 2014
Arkansas activist judge holds same sex marriage ban is unconstitutional
Arkansas, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza's Friday decision that Arkansas' voter-approved ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional was a shock to say the least. As a result, few county clerk's started issuing the marriage license. However, most counties are not issuing the licenses until the Arkansas Supreme Court makes the ultimate decision. Once again, we see an activist judge going against the will of the people. We are supposed to live in a Republic form of government, but unfortunately, we continually see judges not upholding the decisions of the voters, the people. The people want to live in a moral society, one in which they can raise their children not only in a Christian environment, but one in which the society reflects and honors an institution since the beginning of time. For thousands of years, our Western society acknowledged and kept the sacred institution of marriage between a man and woman. Now, only in a few years, activist judges are literally destroying it. We can just add another part of judicial activism from miscegenation, to abortion, to now same sex marriage. In time, we will see pedophilia to the list.