Two-pronged Effort to Destroy Marriage
The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) has kept the Radical Homosexuals from undermining marriage at the federal level for thirteen years. A bulwark for pro-family activists, DOMA has restricted the federal government to a traditional definition of marriage. But with liberal Democrats holding the reins in Washington, DOMA is in jeopardy.
The Homosexual Lobby has embarked on a two-pronged campaign to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act, and has once again brought the fight for homosexual “marriage” to Washington.
Prong one: the Homosexual Lobby has already begun its work in the courts, where activist judges sympathetic to their cause may thwart the will of the American people.
Prong two: with liberal Democrats controlling both houses of Congress, the Homosexual Lobby plans to introduce a bill to repeal DOMA as well.
Massachusetts Pushes for Nationwide Homosexual “Marriage”
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley filed a lawsuit last month claiming that the Defense of Marriage Act infringes on states’ rights. If Coakley were to succeed, Massachusetts would be able to force every state in the union to recognize so-called homosexual “marriages.”
Coakley is widely considered to be the heir apparent to liberal Senator Ted Kennedy, whose failing health has deprived the Homosexual Lobby of an ally in the Senate. Her attack on the family is carefully tailored to cater to the Homosexual Lobby, who will no doubt pour millions into her campaign if she chooses to run for Senate.
Congressional Democrats Plan to Kill DOMA
While Coakley’s scheme will take years to make its way through US courts, the Homosexual Lobby believes they have a silver bullet in liberal Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY). Nadler was passed over for appointment to Hillary Clinton’s old Senate seat over concerns that he was too liberal, and he’s proving those concerns well-founded.
Nadler plans to introduce a bill to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act when Congress comes back from recess in September.
Nadler’s bill would force every state in the union to recognize so-called homosexual “marriage” licenses. Worse yet, it would outline a federal definition of marriage that includes homosexual unions.