Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Which way is the wind blowing today?

 Which way will the supreme court rule on the defense of marriage act? Some seem to think that justice Kennedy, the traditional swing vote holds the key to the court's decision. I say people are forgetting about the real swing vote and the true liberal mole now on the court and his opinion. There is absolutely no telling how justice Roberts will vote on anything now. 

Look for the sweeping ruling. Count on it....

Supreme Court hints that it won't issue sweeping ruling

In a historic oral argument on a challenge to state laws that limit marriage to heterosexual couples, the Supreme Court indicated Tuesday that it might not strike down such laws.
The justice whom many observers view as the swing vote in the case, Justice Anthony Kennedy, voiced worry at one point during the argument that proponents of same-sex marriages were asking the court to issue a decision that would “go into uncharted waters.”
After the oral argument, Pete Williams of NBC News reported that it seemed “quite obvious that the U.S. Supreme Court is not prepared to issue any kind of sweeping ruling” declaring that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry.
Williams said there seemed to be “very little eagerness” from any of the justices to “embrace that broad a ruling.”


XtnYoda said...

The question the Supreme Court should be asking itself, and the only question, is, "Where in the US Constitution does the constitution give the federal government the authority to define or regulate marriage?"

Prime said...

I imagine they will find their authority over the defense of marriage act in the same place in the constitution where they found their justifications for allowing the murder of unborn children in their lack of defense for the unborn.

They will simply make it up and assert that it is there and the media will smile and nod and the rest of America will accept it as perfectly reasonable.