They sell their souls


Digging up history

Roberts rips gay marriage ruling, day after he backed Obama-Care

Court is not a legislature: Quoted by Justice or in-justice Roberts, depending on your point of view. That was his opinion before jumping ship.

I can understand if a person has a change in heart over where to go on  vacation, deciding to go to Rocco’s pizzeria instead of Marco Polo’s place, orders a steak instead of pork chops, paints their house blue instead of pink but for someone to change their opinion or position about an issue as permanently critical to the laws of the land such as same sex marriage, especially a person in the position of  extreme power like Chief of the Supreme Court, it is somewhat puzzling to me; almost.

How we refer to an individual with those weak character traits where I come from is called; the selling of their soul.

Not too long ago Roberts, shortly after he took sides with the Obama administration on the unaffordable healthcare act, that same person (his honor) expressed his negative opinion on court’s ruling or the legalization of same-sex marriage nationwide.

Roberts quotes:

“This court is not a legislature. Whether same-sex marriage is a good idea should be of no concern to us (meaning the Supreme Court). Under the Constitution, judges have power to say what the law is, not what it should be.”

As for the state’s role, his opinion was: “The fundamental right to marry does not include a right to make a State change its definition of marriage.”

These quotes are directly out of the horse’s mouth.

Changing one’s mind, jumping ship, being a turncoat or a hypocrite is nothing new in politics, it happens every-day. They sway whatever way the wind is blowing and lean toward the most popular side at the time and support issues they really don’t believe in. We have seen this demonstrated many times recently. It is becoming so complicated trying to keep score of what the politicians believe in or not we need a scorecard.

I have been trying to figure out for a long time if the perpetual smirk on Roberts face is natural or an I got you again smile?

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Every president handpicks the people they want to put in the Supreme Court; a position that is FOR LIFE, something that I totally disagree with.  These people are scrutinized from stem to stern and most probably sell their souls to their appointer for the honor and distinction of holding that FOR LIFE position. They are going to lean whatever way they have to support the president that appointed them, whether they agree with their ideology or not. To be fair, I will say some of them not all of them go that route.

No one can convince me that all of the Supreme Court justices who have been brought up in some sort of a religious background truly believe in same sex marriages.

Anthony M. Kennedy, Calif. 1988– Calif. 1936 Roman Catholic
Clarence Thomas, DC 1991– Ga. 1948 Roman Catholic
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, DC 1993– N.Y. 1933 Jewish
Stephen G. Breyer, Mass. 1994– Calif. 1938 Jewish
John G. Roberts, DC 2005– N.Y. 1955 Roman Catholic
Samuel A. Alito, Jr., N.J. 2006– N.J. 1950 Roman Catholic
Sonia Sotomayor N.Y. 2009– N.Y. 1954 Roman Catholic
Elena Kagan N.Y. 2010– N.Y. 1960 Jewish

QUOTE – the hypocrisy of religion: Since both homosexual desires and actions are condemned in the Bible, it is clear that homosexuals marrying is not God’s will, and would be, in fact, sinful. Now many of the religions have gone the other way.

Going back a few years most religions objected to same sex marriages. BUT as we all know, religions are big business. They all are very concerned with their bottom line. When they take a stand against a popular issue the donations start dropping off.  God (excuse the pun) forbid that they would have to downsize!!

For the people that do not believe in god, it should be their good common sense that leads them away from supporting same-sex marriages.

When someone goes totally against the principles that the truly believe in for the sake of political support or any outside pressure it is a bigger shame on them than the action itself.

The majority of the people that are opposed to same sex marriages are not against homosexuality, just against same-sex marriages, pure and simple.

No matter how hard the proponents try to convince everyone around them that marriage between two people of the same sex is natural they are only lying to themselves.

What takes more courage and demonstrates the real character of a person; someone that agrees for the sake of being popular or someone that has an opinion, either popular or unpopular and sticks with it? We all know the answer to that.

The financial side of the story hasn’t even shown it’s ugly face yet. When it does reach it’s peak there is going to be a major wake up call for a lot of people.  That is nothing new; when is the last time we ever heard of a politician that is concerned about over-spending?

My heart bleeds for the kid in this country that are being raised in this semi-demented social atmosphere because they will never know the other side of the story. Brainwashing at its finest.

This one really has me laughing my head off.

Webster’s 1913 Dictionary

n. 1. The act of marrying, or the state of being married; legal union of a man and a woman for life, as husband and wife; wedlock; matrimony.

Marriage is honorable in all.

– Heb. xiii. 4.
2. The marriage vow or contract.
3. A feast made on the occasion of a marriage.

The kingdom of heaven is like unto a certain king which made a marriage for his son.

– Matt. xxii. 2.
4. Any intimate or close union.
5. In pinochle, bézique, and similar games at cards, the combination of a king and queen of the same suit. If of the trump suit, it is called a royal marriage.

Marriage brokage
a – The business of bringing about marriages
b – The payment made or demanded for the procurement of a marriage.
Marriage favors
knots of white ribbons, or bunches of white flowers, worn at weddings.

 

 

Webster today:

a (1) :  the state of being united to a person of the opposite sex as husband or wife in a consensual and contractual relationship recognized by law (2) :  the state of being united to a person of the same sex in a relationship like that of a traditional marriage <same-sex marriage>

Holy shit; even Webster has abandon ship!!!!!

ggg

Commander and Chief

 

 

 

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