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Court has ‘no right’ to redefine marriage

Objections to same-sex marriage are based mainly on human biology as is evident from history of mankind: a man and woman joined in a family union for the procreation of children. The state has a vested interest in family as its base for a prosperous population.

The California Supreme Court had no right to redefine marriage, since it has been defined by nature and nature’s God. The court’s decision has already resulted in legal, cultural and political chaos. The judges have shown contempt for the will of the majority of people, and caved in to pressure from the militant homosexual minority (not more than 5 percent of the population).

When the governor and Nevada City welcome the Court’s approval of same-sex marriages as a new business opportunity, it proves the moral corruption of our leaders.



The voters can throw those four justices off the court, as they did Chief Justice Rose Bird, a generation ago.

Paul Fleischman




Grass Valley


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