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Monday, March 14, 2005  

Because I know better than you. Trust me. I just do.

A California Superior Court judge (the lowest court there is) in San Francisco ruled that our state law defining marriage has “no rational purpose”.

That’s funny because the entire idea of “unalienable rights” has no rational purpose or basis either.

Isn’t it amazing what you can accomplish when you decide by personal fiat? 2000 years of tradition. The people's will and initiative. Constitutional law. Phffft! Le roi c'est loi.

This judge was appointed by Gov. Pete Wilson (R) and is labeled a Republican and Catholic. I’d have to say that he is certainly not the latter, but I wonder if he is indeed disqualified as a Republican, too.


Dennis Prager reminds us that "there is no rational purpose for marriage to be restricted to two people, either."

By the same token, there is no rational purpose for marriage itself in any way, shape, or form is there?

posted by Mark Butterworth | 11:22 PM |