Friday, December 20, 2013
And he huffed and he puffed... till it all came crumbling down. . .
Pedophilia no longer a perversion.
Like a house of cards the age old restrictions are falling down and with it the whole idea of what marriage means. A federal judge has ruled that laws against polygamy are unconstitutional. In the case of the so-called Sister Wives, the judge has not required Utah to recognize polygamy but has ruled the prohibition of polygamy unconstitutional. In other words, it is unconstitutional to deny me my choice unless that choice is for what is moral, right, and good. This has become about the only thing prohibited.
Read it all here...
Fueling debates over marriage and religious freedom, a federal judge declared on Dec. 13 Utah laws criminalizing polygamy are unconstitutional, ruling on a case involving the Brown family from TLC’s reality series “Sister Wives.”
Social conservatives who have argued for marriage solely between one man and one woman have long warned that allowing gay marriage would ultimately lead to allowing polygamy — an argument that’s both feared and rejected by gay marriage proponents.
Perhaps not surprisingly, groups advocating for legalizing gay marriage were quiet in response, saying that legalizing polygamy is not part of their mandate.
Those who raised questions all along were often seen as fear mongering and the proponents of gay marriage are strangely silent in the face of the unfolding drama but the pace of this all has proven faster than most predicted. Soon enough it will be legal to marry any one and any number of people with consent being the only contingency. In the meantime, the victims of this adult flirtation with libertarianism continue to be children. What kind of values allow us to approve anything and everything when it comes to sex and marriage but we cannot say no to abortion?