Outside of the fact that there has never been such a thing as gay marriage in the history of mankind, the radical gay agenda attempts to push their “government backed” illegal agenda regardless of what this God-blessed republic and its people have established through our Mosaic institution called Common Law. In every state gay marriage has been voted on by the people, it is voted down. What is it that these radical homosexuals don’t understand about the Law?
On Jan. 1, 2012, Hawaii became the seventh state to acknowledge same sex-marriages with no legal premise to substantiate their unions. (Note that three of the seven states are in some form of litigation to reverse the decisions.) And the perversion of it all is that the radical homosexuals want to be married in Christian churches. They are asking God to bless what He calls an abomination. I wonder what Bible these people are reading? God condemns homosexuality both in the Old and New Testaments (read Leviticus 18:22, Leviticus 20:13, Romans 1:24, 1 Corinthians 6:9, 1 Timothy 1:10, Jude 1:7).
Two pastors in Hawaii filed a lawsuit against the state, Gov. Neil Abercrombie, and Department of Health Director Loretta Fuddy. Why?
The pastors claimed that they needed a restraining order and injunction “to maintain their First, Fifth and 14th Amendment rights, without being subjected to injunctions, fines and other penalties for refusing to rent their church grounds for same-sex ceremonies and receptions.”
A federal judge blocked their bid, claiming they lacked “legal standing,” when in fact, the judge, the state and the governor are the ones who lack legal standing through their un-American policy. The pastors are not the ones who should be called into question; it is the state, the judge and the governor that are usurping the Constitution of the United States and violating our republican form of government. (Read Exodus 18:21.)
What happens when people say enough is enough to those who help this illegal agenda along? They will do what they did in Iowa when three judges who were part of the unanimous decision to legalize same-sex marriage were voted out. Christians and conservatives in the state took matters into their own hands and ousted the judges who acted as “legislators in robes.”
Like anything else, the radical gay agenda has to circumvent their movement through deceptive measures on the American people, or get their minions in government to do it for them. So, to the minions in government, I am putting you on notice: Remember Iowa.