Wednesday, February 11, 2015

President Obama Welcomes SCOTUS plans to end “Patchwork” Marriage Laws

via Buzzfeed

President Obama shared some great news about the marriage drama in the country.

In a Buzzfeed interview, he spoke about how marriage equality will be the law.

Here's some of the article:
“My sense is that the Supreme Court is about to make a shift, one that I welcome, which is to recognize that — having hit a critical mass of states that have recognized same-sex marriage — it doesn’t make sense for us to now have this patchwork system,” Obama said in an interview with BuzzFeed News. “It’s time to recognize that under the equal protection clause of the United States [Constitution], same-sex couples should have the same rights as anybody else.”
Obama’s comments came on the second day in which same-sex couples were marrying in Alabama, the 38th state to allow same-sex couples to marry.

When asked about dumbass Roy Moore, Obama said:
“My recollection is that Judge Moore had a similar problem with a federal court ruling that you couldn’t put a huge Ten Commandments statue in the middle of your courthouse and, ultimately, federal law was obeyed, and I think that the same thing will end up happening here,” Obama said. “I think that the courts at the federal level will have something to say to him.”

You can watch the video after the jump

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