You really didn't think they would give up without a fight, did you? Here they are showing their colors and it ain't the colors of the rainbow. They now know that the Supreme Court has no right in regulating laws of the land. It goes against the Constitution to think the Court can rule same-sex marriages. I could go on and on about what they think.
I see in the signatures of the ones vowing to ignore the SCOTUS, that our own "The Most Reverend Rene Henry Gracida, Bishop Emeritus Corpus Christi-Corpus Christi, Texas" is among the ignorers. Well, then! Looks like we will have to have a protest of some kind here in CC by the bay. Corpus Christi by the way means Body of Christ, but where are the Christians?
By Josh Israel on Jun 21, 2013 at 9:24 am
Drawing what they called a line “we cannot and will not cross,” more than 200 conservative activists released a letter Thursday vowing to ignore any U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of marriage equality for same-sex couples. The signers include prominent anti-LGBT activists and major figures from the national conservative movement.
Circulated by Liberty Counsel Action chairman Mat Staver and Common Good Alliance chairman Deacon Keith Fournier, under the banner of the equally ironically named Freedom Federation, the statement bore the title, “We Stand in Solidarity to Defend Marriage and the Family and Society Founded Upon Them.” After arguing that same-sex marriage goes against “natural moral law,” the signers claim that the Supreme Court has “no authority to redefine marriage,”