On Friday the U.S. Supreme Court is going to pow-wow with Jackson v. the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics, Bishop Harry Jackson’s silly battle, filed with the courts in October, to force Washington D.C.’s City Council to let voters have a say on gay marriage. By Tuesday, they might have a decision for us on whether they’ll hear the case, deciding whether Jackson can move forward with appealing the D.C. Court of Appeals’ ruling that the Board of Elections and Ethics was correct in denying Jackon’s initiative to put marriage to a vote.
If the council allows the citizens to vote on SSM, then I get to vote on their marriages, and especially how many kids each breeder can have since I have to pay their school taxes.
Trust me, the Supreme Court won’t hear this case. There is no “egrerious error” and the only reason that it would take it would be to flesh out certain laws on federal areas (DC, army bases, etc.).
Does this guy not understand what representative government is all about? The people get to express their will on election day when they choose who will represent them.
What a scam that that piece of shit is allowed to go around calling himself a man of gODD.
Only the elimination of all conservative Christians will allow all Americans to be free and the world to no longer have to live in fear of the U.S.A.’s imperialist, terrorist holy war. The conservative ideology has never helped mankind in any way, it has not only never helped mankind in anyway, it has oppressed, murdered, raped and killed all those in it’s way to gain power. History shows us this. Fact shows us this. James Madison, the “Father of the U.S. Constitution”, along with many founders of this country, regardless of their religious or non-religious affiliations, knew keeping politics and religion separate not only preserves each, but helps them flourish: “The number, the industry, and the morality of the Priesthood and the devotion of the people have been manifestly increased by the total separation of the Church and the State.”
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