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    Tag: Legislation From The Bench

    And So It Begins

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Fri Jun 28, 2013 at 01:34:46 PM EST
    Tags: Judge David S. Lawson, 2 Percenters, Homosexuals, Destroying All Institutions, Progressives, Activist Judiciary, Legislation From The Bench (all tags)

    A homosexual Judge's violation of California Voters started a trend as the Activist courts attempt to take over legislative authority from powerless congress and state legislatures.

    Michigan should give a great big Middle Mitten Finger to the Judge who thinks he is above the law.  Tar and feathers is more than a fashion statement appropriate for such activism. Mlive is reporting that an activist judge has taken it upon himself to go against common sense, the nature of his job, and the will of the people, and strike down the ban on benefits for same sex couples:

    "The decision from U.S. District Judge David S. Lawson grants an injunction which prevents Gov. Rick Snyder and state officials from enforcing the 2011 law prohibiting cities, counties and other public employers from offering benefits to same-sex domestic partners.
    Every cousin, brother, dog, can now be considered for those benefits.  


    Consider that SOME type of status must be obtained legally for any logical pursuit of such benefits.  Without the ability to be 'married' the perverse crowd apparently has to simply make the claim.  By striking down this ban, Lawson creates a set of problems going forward as we now must either get this puerile decision overturned (Calling Dr Schuette, Calling Dr. Schuette) or quickly define the parameters for "domestic partnership'.

    There is an alternate answer however.

    Eliminate ALL the benefits and let the 2 percenters explain to the real families what happened to their compensation plan.


    (37 comments) Comments >>

    DOMA Moregato SCOTUS

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Wed Jun 26, 2013 at 03:29:47 PM EST
    Tags: DOMA, Michigan, SCOTUS, Legislation From The Bench, Marriage Protection Amendment (all tags)

    For adding to the illegitimacy of the nation's highest court.

    Statement by Gary Glenn, president, American Family Association of Michigan:

    Michigan's Marriage Protection Amendment remains in place, and marriage in Michigan remains only between one man and one woman, at least until the next lawyer in a black robe decides he has the power to overturn the vote of millions of Michigan citizens, including the two-thirds of black voters and two-thirds of union households who voted in favor of that amendment.

    We regret that the court upheld the decision of one openly homosexual judge to overturn the vote of millions of California voters, including 70 percent of black voters in that state, to define marriage as only between one man and one woman.

    We also regret the court's opinion on the federal Defense of Marriage Act, which was enacted with overwhelming bipartisan majorities and signed into law by President Clinton.  Five unelected lawyers purport to overturn the vote of hundreds of the people's elected representatives in Congress and the White House.

    Continued below.

    (7 comments, 1131 words in story) Full Story

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