Friday, May 16, 2008

A Rant Against Judicial Fashion Sense

There are few things that have infuriated me as much as what I have heard about the California judicial system's high-handed attempt to justify legalization of gay marriage while blocking the logical follow-through of legal consensual adult polygamous marriage. How can they possibly dupe themselves into believing that such an arbitrary line is just and impartial? Like the old correlation of homosexuality and child molestation, I especially "love" how they lumped it in with incest, as if the two are at all the same kettle of fish. I think it's a big kettle of rosy red herring.

The only explanation I can think for the calumny is that being pro-gay is in vogue, but pro-polygamy is not. I'm not looking to add a wife to my husband's family, but this whole situation is so utterly illogical I'm completely floored and disgusted.

Perhaps the warnings from God through the Church against danger of gay marriage legalization is only partially about gay marriage itself and even more insidiously about the corruption of the government. As the judicial system overthrows majority vote and lose whatever pretense of impartiality they had, I can see some very bad things coming down the sump pipe in the not-so-far future.

So, fire up the rainbow flag and drape it across your sequined dress and pumps because that is Politically Correct, but prepare to be burned at the stake covered in verbal waste if you show the least bit of sympathy towards something less trendy.


  1. Actually, some of us in favor of legalizing gay marriage DO believe that voluntary polygamy between consenting adults should be legalized as well.

  2. To be sure, I'm not sure what to politically think about either gay marriage or polygamy. I can see both sides of both issues. At least your opinion is certainly consistent. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of the California judges.

  3. Hmmm, remember that bit in "Big Love" where their Prophet gives an interview where he's quoted as saying, "We're just like the gays"?

    I'm with anonymous. I'm all in favor of gay marriage, and I realise that the only consistent thing is to also be in favor of polygamous marriages. (And I shouldn't have to say this, but of course it goes with the standard disclaimers - so long as all parties are consenting adults, there is no coercion, etc.)


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