Thursday, June 26, 2014

Yet another FRC rocket scientist weighs in on marriage equality

Chris Gacek - FRC
Chris Gacek is the Senior Fellow, Regulatory Affairs at Family Research Council. He is also quite upset that the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Judge Shelby in stating that Utah's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. Mr. Gacek is an opponent of what he calls "homosexual marriage."
The Supreme Court has recognized that there is a fundamental right to marry for all Americans. Consequently, the question before the court was not a loose one, such as whether there is a right to marry a person one loves. Rather, it is whether there is a right to enter into a same-sex marriage. Courts that have considered this question, with the exception of the district court in the Proposition 8 case (California, 2010) and the court in this case, have rejected the argument there is a fundamental right to homosexual marriage.
Really? Including the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals 17 courts (in a row) have concluded that same-sex marriage is, indeed, a fundamental right. Where has this guy been?

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