SCOTUS gets it wrong x2…

SCOTUSChief Justice John Roberts flew in the face of his own vote on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act subsidies when he penned the dissent for the minority in the “same sex marriage” decision today. Roberts reminded us that we’re a nation of laws, not men. Ironically, he would’ve done well to apply that same logic when considering yesterday’s Obamacare ruling. That aside, the Chief Justice was correct when he wrote: “If you are among the many Americans — of whatever sexual orientation — who favor expanding same-sex marriage, by all means celebrate today’s decision. … But do not celebrate the Constitution. It had nothing to do with it.”

Truth be told, from the very beginning of this debate it’s been about the “will” of men and not the Constitutional merits of the question. Had the argument truly been about Constitutionality, the vote would have had to have gone the other way.

Frankly I don’t really care who you sleep with. Nevertheless, force feeding the same-sex marriage question to a general public petrified of being perceived or labeled as politically incorrect, will never garner the desired heartfelt belief or response. Moreover, while I consider myself to be “tolerant of tolerance”, all the SCOTUS victory’s in the world can’t force me to accept and/or validate another person’s lifestyle choices, which is actually what the same-sex marriage debate is all about.

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