Your Vote Doesn't Count
As you hear the news today about our supreme
court striking down the Defense of Marriage act, just remember what I've been
telling you for years. It’s all about the money. And the court has a second decision today about
California’s prop eight. It’s all about
Let me explain.
In the DOMA case, a New York lesbian wasn't happy about 300-thousand dollars in federal taxes she had to pay because the
federal government didn't recognize her marriage to her late wife.
This is about taxes and money and benefits.
There’s nothing in the law in America that forbids gay couples from living
together, sharing a bank account, or producing children. But marriage has been an exclusively
heterosexual institution for thousands of years of human history.
Now, it means whatever the government orders
that it means.
The California case
decided by the supreme court demonstrates that.
California voters outlawed gay marriage.
Then a court overturned the voters decision. Voters appealed…and today, the Supreme Court
decided they had no right to appeal the decisions of the courts.
Bow down to your government masters former
citizens…or bend over…whichever seems more appropriate.