Monday, July 1, 2013

National Organization for Marriage Slams California Attorney General Kamala Harris

NOM's not going to do much good as far as California's homo-marriage is concerned. Their rant isn't going to vacate the Court's decision sending Prop. 8 back to the Federal District Court, where the ruling of retired homosexual Judge Vaughan Walker has now overturned the will of the California majority. But I think there's going to be a backlash at the political class and its contempt for not just the majority, but for the rules of the game, and for the basic procedural due process guarantees. So, in that sense, let it rip. You gotta out these progressive degenerates with all you've got.

But read it all, "Meet Kamala Harris (and the Future We Must Avoid)" (via Memeorandum):

Marriage in California has now died for lack of a defense.

Most of us would consider such actions cynical, shameful and despicable. Clearly, they undermine public confidence in the legitimacy of the legal system. Yet Kamala Harris tells us that, "it's a great day" because, "it means those people who want to deny same-sex couples the benefits of equal protection and due process under the United States constitution cannot do so simply because they don't like the notion."

In other words, the more than 7 million Californians who exercised their sovereign right to amend their state constitution — an act that the California Supreme Court ruled overwhelmingly was a proper and legal use of the constitutional amendment process — don't matter because she, Kamala Harris, has determined that it was the wrong thing to do and she was not going to let them get away with this "notion." In the world of Kamala Harris, we are banished to the sidelines, not even fit to participate in civil discourse.
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