A traditional wedding is the union of a man and a woman. This union is a blessing to all who choose to live their lives as husband and wife, have children, and grow old together.
In the wake of the Supreme Court's major 5-4 decision overturning Roe V. Wade, terrified Democrats are scrambling to avoid what they expect will be the next decision of the Court—a reversal of the federal right to same-sex marriage.
There is no doubt that among Democrat lawmakers there was agreement with the decision to overturn the ruling by Justice Clarence Thomas, where he also called for the Court to review previously decided cases relating to contraception and marriages between same-sex couples.
So how should a group of left-wingers who voted in June in the Senate to support abortions on demand up to birth respond? Pass an act in the House with the support of 47 Republicans that would ensure that the federal government will recognize the legality of any marriage in all 50 states.
According to Reasons to be Cheerful in October 2021, legal systems across the globe are beginning to ask: What rights do animals have? It is a valid question. However, a crazy campaign is in the works to grant “personhood” to animals, even under the law.
It's important to note that the Democrat-approved House bill, If passed into law, will require for the government of the United States to acknowledge any marriage that legally conducted in any one of the 50 states. Let's suppose that, for instance, California adopts a law that gives “personhood” rights to dogs. Let's also suppose that the state adopts a law that legalizes the union between a person and a dog, the next logical step.
In the Democrats’ Respect for Marriage Act proposed by the infamous New York Democrat Congressman Jerry Nadler, who is also the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, the federal government would be compelled to recognize it and the US Attorney General would be able to sue states that do not acknowledge the marriage.
The above scenario is not probable, but there's not much the far left could do that would shock me anymore.
As CNN stated, in addition to protecting the right of same-sex couples to marry nationwide, the Democrat legislation also offers federal protections for interracial marriages stating that a marriage should be recognized by federal law if it was recognized as legal in the state in which it was held.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said in a statement regarding the vote, as reported by CNN:
It is critical to ensure that federal law protects those whose constitutional rights might be threatened by Republican-controlled state legislatures. LGBTQ Americans and those in interracial marriages deserve to have certainty that they will continue to have their right to equal marriage recognized, no matter where they live.
Stoyer was unavailable for comment on the constitutional rights for infants killed up to the point of birth.
One of the 47 Republicans who voted in favor of the bill, South Carolina Republican Representative Nancy Mace, tweeted:
“We just passed the Respect for Marriage Act out of the House. I’m a big fan of marriage, having done it a few times. And If gay couples want to be as happily or miserably married as straight couples, more power to them. Trust me on this.”
Very well played, congresswoman, even though your vote wasn't.