John M. Becker

LaBarbera: Marriage Equality Victory Calls for Massive Civil Disobedience

Filed By John M. Becker | October 07, 2014 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: civil disobedience, gay marriage, marriage equality, martyrdom, persecution complex, Peter LaBarbera, privilege tantrums, same-sex marriage, tears of unfathomable sadness, whining

"We are witnessing a 'gradual Roe v. Wade' by which unelected judges impose homosexual 'marriage' on the nation. Hubris rules the day as millions of Americans' votes defending actual marriage (one man, one woman) are negated by one court ruling after another. Each decision bastardizes America's noble quest for racial justice by invoking 'equality' for unions based on disordered sexual behavior that can never be 'equal' to God-ordained sex within marriage. Now the nation's highest court is content to let the ongoing disenfranchisement become law.

"Yesterday's action by the Supreme Court only solidifies the idea that the powerful elites who dominate politics, media and culture do not care what the people think, expressed through the ballot box or their elected state legislators. And if 'We the People's' votes do not count, then We live not in freedom but under tyranny.

"The notion that nine men and women in black robes know more about what constitutes marriage than 76 percent of Oklahoma's voters is insulting and preposterous. Now is the time for civil disobedience on a massive scale: we hope that statesmen and citizens alike--in Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Indiana, Utah and Virginia--indeed, any state where the people's will has been robbed by elitist judges--will reassert their state sovereignty against escalating judicial supremacy."

-- International anti-LGBT activist and hate group leader Peter LaBarbera, sputtering hysterically about yesterday's dramatic expansion of marriage equality by the Supreme Court in a press release on Christian NewsWire.

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