Justice Antonin Scalia warned in the 2003 Lawrence v. Texas decision that the Supreme Court had created “a massive disruption of the current social order” by striking down a Texas law barring sodomy. He went on to write: “State laws against bigamy, same-sex marriage, adult incest, prostitution, masturbation, adultery, fornication, bestiality, and obscenity … every single one of these laws is called into question by today’s decision.”
Sure enough, Scalia’s slippery slope argument has come to pass.
Three men from Thailand who engage in sex with other men have “married,” not to three other men, but to each other “in what is thought to be the world’s first three-way same-sex marriage.”
If same-sex sexualists argue that being ‘gay’ is innate, then what can be wrong with this? If it’s all about choice, then what can be wrong with this? If three men can marry, why not four or five, or about marriage to brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers?
Republicans and the many companies that have signed on to amicus briefs to petition the Supreme Court to rule favorably on same-sex marriage have backed themselves into a corner.
Anything goes now. With Facebook’s 50+ sexual categories to choose from to identify themselves in terms of sex, we are going to see more manufactured sexual groupings that will call on the courts to give them the same legal status as homosexuals.
This will mean that anybody who disagrees with these manufactured sexual categories will be considered social and legal pariahs.
Here’s what’s happening with hundreds of noted Republicans, including the pro-abortion and now pro-same-sex marriage advocate Rudy Giuliani and “billionaire GOP mega-donor David Koch”:
“More than 300 veteran Republican lawmakers, operatives and consultants have filed a friend of the court brief at the Supreme Court in support of same-sex marriage late Thursday.
“The amicus brief, organized by former Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman, was filed for the four same-sex marriage cases the Court will hear on April 28 that could legalize the unions nationwide. In 2013, Mehlman marshaled a similar effort for the case that overturned California’s Proposition 8, which had banned same-sex marriage in the state.
“Among the signatories are 23 current and former Republicans members of the House of Representatives and Senate and seven current and former Governors. Sens. Susan Collins and Mark Kirk have signed onto the brief, as has Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman. Other notables include former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal and billionaire GOP mega-donor David Koch.”
Remember when we were told that if we went along with same-sex marriage that states could make their own decision on the issue? Even Ron Paul sold us on the idea. Liberals are relentless. They will not stop until they get their way, and they will lie to get their way.
Not surprisingly, “big business has come out in favor of same-sex marriage. Exactly 379 corporations and employer organizations urged the Supreme Court to strike down state bans on gay marriage, according to a friend-of-the-court brief obtained by The Huffington Post.”
You can view the list here.
All of this, of course, is to put public opinion pressure on the Supreme Court. We already have two justices who have officiated at same-sex weddings. How do you think they’re going to rule? So even before going in, it’s 7 to 2.
This is just the beginning of what Robert Bork described as “slouching towards Gomorrah.”