Same-Sex Marriage

The definition of marriage has never fallen under the purview of the Constitution as our forefathers never defined it. However, the United States Supreme Court recently heard arguments concerning the legalization of same-sex marriage.
That bothers me for a couple of reasons.
(1) Ruth Bader Ginsburg officiates gay weddings in Washington, D.C. and at a recent wedding said, “With a sly look and special emphasis on the word “Constitution,” Justice Ginsburg said that she was pronouncing the two men married by the powers vested in her by the Constitution of the United States.” Was Ms. Ginsburg merely accentuating her own beliefs, or was she giving a hint as to the actual outcome of the case before the Court as to whether same-sex marriage is constitutional?
(2) Liberals and gays are already attempting to force Christians to change their religious views. Even the Pope said “the church had grown “obsessed” with abortion, gay marriage and contraception, and that he had chosen not to talk about those issues despite recriminations from critics.”
Now Hillary Clinton has jumped on the bandwagon. After she left the White
House she changed her position on gay rights and now that she is running for office again, she has stated that she believes Christians should change their religious views toward gay rights.

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