Bradlee Dean, theocratic preacher and host of one of the most far-right radio shows in the country, is obviously not happy with the Supreme Court’s marriage ruling. But since he isn’t smart enough to come up with any good arguments against it, we’ll have to settle for these terrible ones.
There are many in America, who are acting as if they were surprised to see what decision the Supreme Court would come out with concerning a redefinition of marriage. This decision was made by nine attorneys who are unelected by the people.
Yep, just like the Constitution establishes. And just like every decision you agree with is also made by nine attorneys who are unelected by the people. Funny how that fact only bothers you when you disagree with them.
The courts have shown once again their utter disregard for the republic and the rule of God’s moral law (Common Law) by advocating what God clearly condemns (Leviticus 18:22, 20:13; Roman 1:24).
I know, it’s like they think they’re supposed to rule on the Constitution instead of the Bible or something crazy like that. I, for one, can’t wait for the Supreme Court to get back to enforcing “God’s moral law” by requiring women to be virgins on their wedding day or be stoned to death. Or by imprisoning those who blaspheme, or work on the sabbath, or worship other gods. Wait, that’s Bradlee Dean who likely looks forward to that.
Speaking of sodomy-based “marriage,” what would America expect from a radical lesbian named Elena Kagan, who is known for “queerifying Harvard”? I warned in December of 2012: “Elena Kagan had never judged a case a day in her life, yet Obama, unqualified for office himself, has seen fit to ‘qualify’ her on the Supreme Court bench – just in time for the Court to review homosexual marriage.”
Furthermore, to allow the Supreme Court to rule by oligarchy is illegal. They are allowing less than 1.6 percent of the population to dictate “law” to everyone else.
I know, right? Kinda like how those unelected judges allow parents to homeschool their children, a “right” mentioned nowhere in the Constitution. They’re allowing less than 3% of the people to dictate “law” to everyone else! It’s an outrage!
Interestingly enough, on the Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. there is a huge engraving of Moses with the Ten Commandments in his hands. The inscription under Moses states, “Justice the Guardian of Liberty.” Our founders have laid in stone a truth that reproves those who sit in the Supreme Court chambers this day, and it would serve the American people well to do the same.
Actually, it’s a frieze that contains a whole bunch of historical lawgivers and Moses is but one of many, including Hammurabi, Justinian and even Muhammad; funny how . And it was built in 1929, so the founders had nothing remotely to do with what the building looked like. Oh, and the inscription “Justice the Guardian of Liberty” is on the outside of the building on the east facade, while the lawgivers frieze in inside the courtroom, so it does not appear “under Moses.”