When a court in San Francisco considers whether a voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage is Constitutional—and determines it isn’t—isn’t that the epitome of geopolitical bias?
I’m not sure that anyone would agree that holding such a hearing in the most notorious gay-centric community in America, if not the world, is a fair and equitable proposal in the first place. Had a change of venue been possible for consideration and the case moved to Fresno or San Diego, would gay activists have raised a fuss? I think so. And I believe the reason why would have nothing to do with their ability to travel to the venue. I think it would have more to do with whether the courts there would be as gay-friendly in considering a decision. Clearly, the thinking would be that a San Francisco based court would be more homophilic in its ruling.
The outcome of the case certainly comes as no surprise. The surprise would be more if the court had actually read the Constitution and sided in favor of the ban.
So what’s next?
Seems anyone who wants to have a certain lifestyle, even if there are laws against it today, can try to garner enough support to have laws overturned and to gain Constitutional protection. America is becoming—no, HAS BECOME—a land of “Anything Goes”. When a society has achieved that status, it’s only a matter of time before it disintegrates into an immoral mess. We’re well on our way!