This train is never late.
That's right, since the culturally correct have nothing else to offer the nation, they bring us Gay Marriage. Strange how this keeps popping up only in election years. Even the Decider himself is getting in on the act.
You know, I keep reminding folks that this debate is all about the special rights the legal (not to be confused with religious) ramifications a marriage grants people. If any other word - besides marriage - was used, people wouldn't care near as much. My Pops didn't seem to remember Vermont's Civil Unions at all. Or Hawaii's situation, either. But he By God knows about how wrong it is for gays to get married.
And that's why I can't stand this crap, because that's just what it is - crap. It is a non-issue that gets people all riled up over nothing. Nothing. If you don't want to be gay, then don't be gay, Sparky. Welcome to the sweet land of liberty.
'Cause if you think the culturally correct are going to stop there, think again. I've got Exhibit "A" all lined up for ya. Read that link. A city in the heartland is considering evicting a family from their home because the Mom and Dad ain't married. That's some Scarlet Letter, Inquisition meets Overzealous Nosy Neighbor steer poo right there. And that's where we're going to go if the culturally correct get their way.
A lot of folks see the play. Buzzzbee wonders if this will work again. AthPo was involved with the debate about the Georgia referendum some weeks ago, and Georgia Politics Unfiltered (also frustrated about the Georgia referendum) swore never to blog about this topic again. And that was before the latest round of national jackassery.
But I've got additional complaints that I will bring up here again: the attacks on the Judiciary. What kind of conservatives attack straight up rule of law? I guess their plan is just to discredit the Judicial Branch to eliminate that check against legislative mob rule. They even went so far as to advocate violence against judges, just last summer. What, you don't believe me? Maybe this is just my irrational liberal mindset, but I always thought the really real conservative way to get the support of the courts was to have convincing legal arguments.