The Congressional Appropriations Power and Same-Sex ‘Marriage’


If the U.S. Supreme Court rules that states must recognize so-called same-sex “marriage” does that mean that proponents of real marriage have only the remedy of a Constitutional Amendment to block the effects of such a decision?  No!

While some men and women of good will have claimed that an amendment to the federal Constitution is the only remedy available, they have not thought through the problems associated with such a strategy.

History demonstrates that this strategy is only rarely successful.  Only four Supreme Court decisions have ever been reversed by Constitutional Amendment since 1789.  Moreover, Liberals, and faux conservatives who duck social issues, would love to send grassroots conservatives on a futile, wild goose chase in a multi-year pursuit of a Marriage Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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