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Marriage Laws Undermined by One Word from Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner – Homosexual Behavior is “Immutable”!?

October 13, 2014

Last year I voiced grave concerns regarding the decision of the Supreme Court and how it will overturn the state’s laws banning same sex marriages so-called. Here is what I said,

Scalia’s dissenting opinion barely scratches the surface of dangers of where this can lead! Is it just about same sex marriage and destroying the traditional family? No! It is about the entire LGBTQ crowd demanding their recognition as a group comparable to one of race, sex, or ethnicity! This swings the legal doors wide open for them to claim their rights as if they are inalienable without consideration to morality – because now as a society the court has overruled us all! Anything goes with regards to sexuality!

Here is the source article from 6/29/2013: Beyond Same-Sex Marriage A Dangerous Precedent Has Been Set by SCOTUS!

So how did it happen? With a single word it appears the Federal Judge Posner decided one day to call homosexuality “immutable” and by doing this he obliterated the will of the people, ignoring science that disproves his opinion and the vast majority who believe God created one man and one woman for marriage.

Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner said,

“The challenged laws discriminate against a minority defined by an immutable characteristic, and the only rationale that the states put forth with any conviction— that same-sex couples and their children don’t need marriage because same-sex couples can’t produce children, intended or unintended—is so full of holes that it cannot be taken seriously.” [Online Source and / Bold emphasis mine]

Using that one word, “immutable” this activist judge does exactly what I said someone would to usurp the individual states and their interests. How can this judge not be challenged? How can this ruling itself not be overturned except by corruption in our government!? Sad day indeed when ONE MAN can make the outrageous claim that homosexual behavior is immutable then proceed to rationalize without empirical evidence to substantiate the claim! Immutable means, “Not capable of or susceptible to change,” according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. Forget the rest of this judge’s irrational rationale, the foundation of the decision felling all of the state’s laws is that one word, “immutable” and it must be overturned or the Pandora’s box will be open destroying one of our nation’s last moral fibers. What is sad and shameful is the majority that sit idly by while we have this vocal group who choose a behavior/lifestyle govern us!

Time to write congress and let them know your displeasure and plead with them to rectify yet another miscarriage and abuse of power by the judicial branch.

I’ll end on this quote from one Supreme Court Justice who saw this last year with their bad decision the same applies this year as expected:

This case is about power in several respects. It is about the power of our people to govern themselves, and the power of this Court to pronounce the law. Today’s opinion aggrandizes the latter, with the predictable consequence of diminishing the former. We have no power to decide this case. And even if we did, we have no power under the Constitution to invalidate this democratically adopted legislation. The Court’s errors on both points spring forth from the same diseased root: an exalted conception of the role of this institution in America. Source Scalia’s Dissent: http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/12pdf/12-307_6j37.pdf

John Beardsley – Truth with Snares
10/13/2014

 

 

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