Friday, March 4, 2016

Alabama Supreme Court drops Petitions opposing Marriage Equality

Good news in Alabama!

The Alabama Supreme Court tossed out petitions by the Alabama Policy Institute, the Alabama Citizens Action Program and Elmore County's probate judge who claimed the Obergefell case had no effect of their UNCONSTITUTIONAL gay marriage ban.

After the loss, Alabama Policy Institute's attorney said they're done fighting the law. However, Roy Moore... Chile, he's still in denial. He thinks the ban is alive and kicking.

In his response, this fool wrote:
"Today this Court by order dismisses all pending motions and petitions and issues the certificate of judgment in this case. That action does not disturb the existing March orders in this case or the Court's holding therein that the Sanctity of Marriage Amendment, ... and the Alabama Marriage Protection Act, § 30-1-9, Ala. Code 1975, are constitutional," he states. Based upon arguments of "love," "commitment," and "equal dignity" for same-sex couples, five lawyers, as Chief Justice Roberts so aptly describes the Obergefell majority, have declared a new social policy for the entire country. In reality, the Obergefell majority presumes to amend the United States Constitution to create a right stated nowhere therein. That is a lawless act."
Girl, you lost. You lost


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