Thursday, October 26, 2006

Jersey Courts can’t find gay right. Orders legislature to!

"Although we cannot find that a fundamental right to same-sex marriage exists in this state, the unequal dispensation of rights and benefits to committed same-sex partners can no longer be tolerated under our state Constitution,"
-- Justice Barry T. Albin

Homosexuals and their advocates were confused by the ruling of the New Jersey State Supreme Court. Aching for a victory, some sign of legal validation, instead they stood around asking one another just what did the court's ruling mean.

What it means is, the Court understands that they are being used to promote social change and although they want to do this and in the past they would have, too many people now are aware that a court ruling for homosexual rights is a misuse of the Courts power. So they’ve decided to do the next best thing that is to order the legislature to do it!

In essence what the court has ruled is -- there is no legal validity in your arguments but we're going to make it happen for you anyway because we wish to be politically correct.

Homosexual advocates have been pushing for full homosexual marriage and are on a two-year losing streak in state courts including New York, Washington, and in both Nebraska and Georgia, where voter-approved bans on homosexual marriage were reinstated.

They also have suffered at the ballot boxes in 15 states where constitutions have been amended to ban homosexual unions.

They have shopped this homosexual thing around America looking, hoping, searching for a homosexual sympathetic Court what would invent out of whole cloth a civil right to be homosexual, hoping that that court would so order that, such a right emanates from the United States Constitution, and therefore rule that by the authority vested in the court a new right is here by created.

But even the New Jersey Court, one of the most liberal courts in the land (the Massachusetts Supreme Court being the most liberal) couldn’t find in their state Constitution an inalienable right to be homosexual.

Ironically this is the state where the now infamous former Governor James McGreevey came to his own personal truth; you know the one, that he is a Homosexual American! McGreevey created scandal by putting his homosexual lover on the government dole in the ultimate act of adulterous nepotism and corruption.

But as splendid as that epiphanous revelation was to McGreevey homosexuality is not a constitutionally guaranteed right not even the New Jersey Supreme Court would decide thusly.

Instead they like the Massachusetts Court have forced their legislature to write into law that which is completely and fundamentally contrary to the survival of humankind. The very idea that homosexuality and heterosexuality is equal is like saying that the Sun and the moon are equal or the earth and the planet mercury are equal.

It’s sad that supposed learned individuals are ineptly grappling with the pitiful arguments that homosexuals are deserving of some sort of constitutional guarantees because of their sexual deviancy.

Hey people this is not Solomon splitting the baby, and this argument is no Gordian’s knot this is perversion attempting to put on a face of respectability. This is an ever not so gentle reminder of why Democrats must not be voted into power in November!

State courts including New York, Washington, Nebraska and Georgia have all decided that there are no civil rights guaranteed for sexual practice whether its done missionary style or doggy style what you do in the privacy of your own bedroom is your business. But when homosexuals and their supports invade the courtrooms of America in an all out fascist blitz to legally force homosexuality on the people of America their legal actions should be recognized as the tyrannous acts that they are.

So the unrelenting drumbeat of homosexual legal action moves on to California, Connecticut, Iowa and Maryland where homosexuals are determined to find that one other court that will finally give them what only the Supreme Court of Massachusetts has given them thus far, the right to be wrong. Wrong because homosexuals are pathetically mimicking the natural lifestyle and sexuality of men and women.

They attempt to adopt children in order to mock hetero couples, they emulate the sex act that was designed for a man and a woman and now they would have the courts to say that there is no difference in the homosexual mimicry of heterosexuality and heterosexuality itself.

Yeah and it’s gotten to a point where we all judge reality by fictional accounts like the television or the movies we’ve seen. “Do you see that accident? Yeah, man it was just like in the movies!” …Duh!
Here’s a thought that will definitely go over many of your heads! “IT’S A MOVIE STUPID, IT’S NOT REAL!!!”

Such it is with homosexuality. Homosexuality is an imitation of that which is real …heterosexuality, don’t you get it?

Homosexuality is the ultimate lie! Its not constitutional, hell it ain’t even real sex!

This ruling could not have come at a worst time with three weeks to go until mid-term elections. Liberals would prefer that media attention remain focused on former Congressman Mark Foley rather then the homosexual agenda that is presently pulsing throughout the courts of America.

Reminding us again why Liberals should not be elected to the Senate or Congress.

But I guess that someone would have to explain this to the great Satan because after all lies are real to him aren’t they? America is still the great Satan aren’t we?

Though this is being reported as a legal victory for homosexual advocates it really isn't. Homosexuals were petitioning for a constitutional rights ruling and they were sent back to the legislature so that the legislature could write a new special law to make their arraignments special and unique.

So far every court that they have petitioned have ruled that there is no homosexual civil right! This court too! Only they are attempting to use the legislature as a surrogate to make law instead of ruling it into law themselves.

So now it is so ordered that the New Jersey state legislature write law to make up homosexual equality!

Again these are the reasons that Liberals are not deserving of any kind of power electoral or otherwise!


  1. Read the dissent in Bowers v. Hardwick. U.S. Supreme Court, mid-eighties. You won't agree, but at least you will see a reasoned legal opinion about the extent of constitutional rights.

  2. You can't have it both ways, Alaphiah. Orwell was for personal freedom and against government control. That applies to people's relationships,whether you approve of them or not. After looking over your entire blog, I've concluded you've been brainwashed by Rush Limbaugh. You'd be better off if you were gay.