Why the Supreme Court Will Not Impose the Redefinition of Marriage

By June 18, 2015Legal
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Virtually every Supreme Court watcher believes Justice Anthony Kennedy will be the deciding vote in the upcoming Obergefell v. Hodges decision, dealing with the constitutionality of state amendments defining marriage as the union between one man and one woman.

I agree.

Putting aside how troubling this should be for us all, that one man could have such power within our Constitutional Republic, the fact reveals to us why the Supreme Court will not impose same-sex “marriage” in all 50 states. Remember, if Justice Kennedy were to do this, he would be invalidating the vote of millions of Americans who went to the voting booth to affirm the traditional definition of marriage. Think about that: One judge versus millions of citizens. One judge against history, really.

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