Monday, April 20, 2015

Is Genderless Marriage a Constitutional Right? More excerpts from Family Foundation's Supreme Court brief

More excerpts from Stan Cave's Family Foundation's brief in the Supreme Court case to be argued later this month:
In short, the claimants' argument is that children do not and have never needed a father and a mother, that genderless marriage is a constitutionally protected right and that State laws which do not recognize that right are unconstitutional. Such arguments are self-centered and selfish in their disregard for children. They are also contrary to well-settled precedent and the fact that the Fourteenth Amendment does not require States to recognize marriage generally and same-sex marriage specifically.

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