Too often, people’s understanding of an issue is limited by their more narrow emotional attachment to the superficial aspects of that same issue. Such is the case in Utah, where a state long deemed more conservative in nature, is having it sovereignty attacked with the full force and influence of the Obama federal government. This isn’t just about “gay marriage” folks – it’s about the fundamental underpinnings of our constitutional republic. Underpinnings which are being attacked at every opportunity by the Obama regime.
Barack Obama would have Americans ignore the tyrannical evidence all around them, for such ignorance merely helps ensure more tyranny.
What is taking place in Utah is a matter of a state law being challenged, and the Supreme Court ordered a stay on recently approved gay marriages in that state, initiated what will be a hard fought legal battle between advocates of gay marriage in Utah, and those who oppose it.
That is EXACTLY how the system is supposed to work.
Barack Obama is ignoring that normal process though, instead declaring his administration will IGNORE THE SUPREME COURT, and recognize the gay marriages in Utah. Attorney General Eric Holder, whose only comment should have been that he was awaiting the Court’s final ruling on the matter, instead declared in an official statement that the Obama federal government deems the Supreme Court’s pending decision as irrelevant.
Regardless of whether your are pro gay marriage, or anti-gay marriage, the fact is that this latest example of federal authority over state autonomy should concern everyone. Gay marriage is but a ruse for those within the federal government who want MORE federal government. These people are not advocates of any issue, or any group of people, unless the end result is a more powerful centralized authority in the United States.
They don’t care about people, or issues – they only care about Bigger, More Powerful, More Intrusive, Federal Government. -UM
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