Winning The Marriage Argument

The Supreme Court is expected to finally have to face the topic of Gay Marriage. Unfortunately, this will be a very uphill battle for the Pro-Family movement. Our “defense” strategy has utterly failed in the courts. The courts are sworn to uphold the constitution, not tradition. If liberals argue Equal Protection, and we argue Tradition, we will loose. End of question. So this is what our strategy will need to be:

  • Argue that Marriage is not a federal law, therefore does not apply to the Equal Protection clause
  • Argue the 10th. As marriage decisions are not enumerated by the constitution to be a power of the congress, that decision lies with the states. Therefore, it is the state’s power, and therefore out of federal hands. The state legislatures would then be free to decide marriage laws with one another. The liberals would be without a defense in these states.

One thought on “Winning The Marriage Argument

  1. Why is marriage an issue that is being argued about? What is the gripe that some people have over an issue that has no direct affect on them? If someone is opposed to same sex marriage, then don’t marry a person of the same biological sex. Problem solved. Just don’t shove your views down the throat of someone who may have different views. Some people claim that the U.S. Supreme Court had overstepped their Constitutional authority by ruling bans on same sex marriage as being Unconstitutional. The equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution should be the only thing required to validate the right of same sex couples to marry. Some people claim that same sex marriage was usually tried at the end of a great civilization.


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