Even though the Supreme Court recently ruled in our favour, they have overturned Clinton’s DOMA. Though not scrapping it completely, they have invalidated the section defining marriage as between one man and one woman. Thus, the progressive floodgates are open, and the family is now under attack. The South, specifically Alabama, has long recognised the correct definition of marriage as being between the two sexes, rather than two of the same sexes.
Recently the Colombian Senate voted down a bill to change the legal definition of marriage. Traditionalist, Catholic Senators stated the obvious on “homosexual” unions. Senator Diario Salazar noted,
Heterosexual marriage is of public interest because it has to do with procreation and the conservation of the race.
The BNP of England is in agreement with Senator Salazar on the impact of Sodomite “marriage” on the culture. Senator Roberto Gerlein of Colombia also pointed out,
It’s empty sex, incapable of generating life, a form of sex that is practiced as if it were for recreational purposes…It’s bad for the country, for the Congress, for women and for everyone. This bill isn’t good for anyone.
Here in Alabama, our Governor came out against the measure, saying,
Marriage is defined as a union between a man and woman
While Bentley maintained it is a State issue, and the Supreme Court implied as much, how can one “Union” have so many separate States all maintaining different laws regarding something so fundamental? Simply, this was a mere first step to overturn the law here in Alabama as well, which Rep. Patricia Todd (D- Birm.) accedes:
You can’t have 50 different sets of laws about this issue…The court left open a way for those of us who have been left behind.
The very fact that SCOTUS overturned something called the DEFENSE of Marriage Act acknowledges that they are attacking marriage. But, as Senator Gerlein saw in his country, the fed isn’t legalising marriage for sodomites, just redefining recreational Sodomite fornication.
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Those shameful acts against nature, such as were committed in Sodom, ought everywhere and always to be detested and punished. If all nations were to do such things, they would be held guilty of the same crime by the law of God, which has not made men so that they should use one another in this way. St Augustine, Confessions