Sunday, May 24, 2009

Super Tuesday, The California Supreme Court & Prop 8

"We brought this case on behalf of Equality California and six couples who urgently wish to retain the freedom to marry in California, but the Court's decision will mean so much more to so many - to same-sex couples in California and in states across the country, to those who advocate for minority rights, and to all those who care about equality." ~ Kate Kendell, director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights

Here we go once again my friend...Can the second time around be just as sour as the last in the courts?

On Tuesday May 26, 2009 the California Supreme Court will assume the role of the supreme authority of the State and either affirm or superceed the voice of the people of California, by the announcement of its decision regarding the constitutionality of Prop. 8. The court will either overturn Prop. 8, (a ban on gay marriage that was upheld by 52% of the voting citizens of California during November 2008's election) or uphold Prop 8. If the court upholds or affirms Prop 8. the gay and lesbian community could possibly be sent into an even greater uproar and furor over not being able to proliferate State sanctioned homosexual immorality. Another problem that the court has been asked to address, is the fortune or fate of the 18,000 homosexual marriages that took place between June 16th and Nov. 4th 2008.

As you can see this promises to be a highly polarizing event and decision. When Prop. 8 was upheld by the citizens of California in Nov. 2008, the gay activist community responded by saying that blacks, who voted in favor of Prop 8, were uninformed and responsible for promoting a message of intolerance and inequitable treatment of minorities. Evangelical Christians were held as responsible also for posessing a message of intolerance while at the same time preaching love while Mormons, who footed most of the bill in defense of traditional marriage were considered to be political tools of the conservative right.
It would seem that the homosexual far left has lost site of the fact that not all 52% of California's citizens that voted AGAINST homosexual marriage were Christians or religious folk. In fact, there are a growing number of non religious folk that do not beilve or accept gay marriage as normative, but believing this is all in who you ask.
What Do We Know?

Well, we all know what the Chief Justice and the California Supreme Court believes:
  • “Furthermore, in contrast to earlier times, our state now recognizes that an individual’s capacity to establish a loving and long-term committed relationship with another person and responsibly to care for and raise children does not depend upon the individual’s sexual orientation, and, more generally, that an individual’s sexual orientation — like a person’s race or gender — does not constitute a legitimate basis upon which to deny or withhold legal rights. We therefore conclude that in view of the substance and significance of the fundamental constitutional right to form a family relationship, the California Constitution properly must be interpreted to guarantee this basic civil right to all Californians, whether gay or heterosexual, and to same-sex couples as well as to opposite-sex couples.” ~ Chief Justice Ronald George: California Supreme Court Decision Affirming Gay Marriage 5/19/2008
We all know what some of the major advocates of homosexual immorality believe and who they are. They are groups such as The National Center For Lesbian Rights (NCLR), {who considers the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights or (UDHR) a document supporting their arguments}, Lambda Legal, who sponsors ALLY Week asking "straight" individuals to partner with gays to provide protection from harassment at schools. This group is also active in introducing the homosexual lifestyle to their target group of kindergartners and children in Early Childhood Education (ECE). Additional promoters of gay marriage include the ACLU and private counsel from Munger, Tolles & Olson and the Law Office of David Codell, along with a record-breaking number of civil rights organizations.
Additional Promoters & Pundits:

We all know what some of the more popular individuals believe such as Magic Johnson and former NFL Quarterback Steve Young who both vehemently opposed Prop 8 from the beginning. But what sometimes gos overlooked are individuals such as Governor Arnold "I'll Be Bock" Schwarzenegger, who in an interview on April 11,2008 stated that an initiative to amend the California's Constitution to ban gay and lesbian couples from marriage (Prop 8) was “a waste of time,” adding “I will always be there to fight against that. It will never happen.” Well Gov. It Happened, and we're sure you're doing all you can to make sure it get's reversed. On 52% tax payer dollars!

Finally, we all know that homosexuality is condemned both with the Old and New Testaments and if one is to truly serve the Lord, one must abandon homosexual practice and affinity. These are the facts: Jesus loved every homosexual so much that he gave his life to set them free. Being the God that he is, he did the same for all of us heterosexuals who were lost in our sins also.

Until Then We Must Pray.

We'll soon see how this all plays out. Until then there's one thing that's always effective and always in order...that's prayer. Unlike what atheists believe, prayer ALWAYS makes a difference when the true and living God is the object of that prayer. With HIM all things are possible.

California, we're praying along with you!!!



  1. Holding breath...again.

  2. Yes, this ought to be very interesting.

    If they don't overturn, I pray for every Christian church and family, because I don't believe the homosexual left can act peaceably, especially based on last time.


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