Is the American majority’s will to defend natural marriage against the rainbow of perverse counterfeits dead? Has America become a Judiciocracy ruled by a bevy of black-robed autocrats?
Not if you ask the thousands who marched on Washington Thursday in this year’s “March for Marriage” rally. Not if you ask potential 2016 presidential candidates Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum.
They took on the counter-constitutional idea of judicial supremacy. They defended true marriage.
The Politico reports:
[Mike] Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor and the March for Marriage rally’s final speaker, didn’t dance around his feelings about what he viewed as gross judicial overstep [imposing same-sex “marriage” via judicial fiat].
“Judicial supremacy is a curse upon this great Republic,” he told the crowd at the rally, organized in part by the National Organization for Marriage, calling the Supreme Court rulings the “greatest heresy of our time.” …
Other speakers included federal and state legislators and candidates, religious leaders and representatives from organizations like The Heritage Foundation. The speakers didn’t ignore the political implications of the number of anti-same-sex marriage Hispanic groups.
“I’m seeing a whole lot of minorities stand up for marriage,” Tamara Scott of The Family Leader said, warning political parties to pay attention. …
Here’s what marriage is: The God-ordained, lifelong, covenantal union between man and wife, designed to provide men, women and children optimal stability and overall well-being. Marriage is that biologically, spiritually and morally centered institution calculated to ensure responsible procreation and perpetuate the human race. Marriage – real marriage – represents the fundamental cornerstone of any healthy society (any society that hopes to survive, at least).
Here’s what marriage is not: Anything else.