Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Counterfeit Connecticut "Marriages"

Now, Connecticut judges think they are the masters of reality. Bishop Wenski of Orlando commented on this attitude back on July 1:

"(Bishop Wenski) characterized the 'culture wars' as a conflict about 'the understanding of man and his relationship to truth and reality.' One side, which, he argued, includes homosexual marriage advocates, 'holds that anyone can essentially create his or her own reality. This side holds for a radical autonomy by which truth is determined not by the nature of things but by one's own individual will.' This position, in the bishop’s view, is a 'recipe for tyranny.'

And once again, the only time same-sex "marriage" advocates get anywhere is through the courts. They maintain their perfect record: zero victories whenever the people get to have their say.

Just as counterfeit money debases a currency, counterfeit marriage debases the institution of marriage. Let's pray that our fellow citizens in Connecticut get a chance to exercise their right to self-government.

Posted by Gibbons J. Cooney

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