Scalia: When Did It Become Unconstitutional to Exclude Homosexual Couples from Marriage?
Incidents of social insanity have reached epidemic proportions to the point where it’s impossible to keep up with them. They are literally consuming and destroying our society. Some examples of our social insanity follow:
It is mind-boggling that a Supreme Court Justice would even be asking such a question. Nevertheless it was asked, and no answer was provided other than an oblique comparison to racial segregation, although the answer is crystal clear: “When the Constitution was framed.”
The truth is that there have been absolutely zero cases of anyone changing racial identity, but there have been many documented cases of practicing homosexuals abandoning their lifestyle. That’s because race is inherited, and a lifestyle is chosen.
Since racial identity is inherited and immutable, it is protected by the Constitution’s equal protection clause, but any chosen action or lifestyle (e.g. murder, theft, blackmail, extortion, drunkenness, drug addiction, adultery, homosexuality) can be prohibited and punished by law. One doesn’t have to be a Supreme Court Justice to discern the difference, yet even the members of our most august body have difficulty doing so.
Next they’ll be asking, “When did it become unconstitutional to exclude polygamy, polyandry, pedophilia, and bestiality from marriage?” Guaranteed!
All is not as it looks!