As I contemplate the Supreme Court hearing the case against the people of California who voted against same-sex marriage, first I ask, "Why is this case even being heard here?" I would think that the people of the state of California have spoken and that should be their choice. But, a judge said, "No, this isn't Constitutional." One person with a liberal ideology vacated the will of the people.
Well, let's look at this another way. If the voters of PA voted for John Smith and he won. Why can't the looser go to a sympathetic judge with a different ideology and find a "problem" with the vote and proclaim the vote "null and void".
Sounds like Bush/Gore 2000. That went to the courts, too. It took many, many liberal organizations, including even the N.Y. Times, to do the recount, giving Bush the office. And the Supreme court wouldn't hear the case. So why are they hearing this case? Because four justices with a liberal ideology accepted the case. California has spoken. Stop going against the will of the people, whether it be in the states or the nation.
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