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Eugene Delgaudio Supported By Washington Post Admisssion: Not even the Supreme Court can repeal reality

Even the liberal anti-marriage Washington Post who hates traditional marriage is tired:

"Over the past few weeks, the "war on marriage" has turned into a blitzkrieg," says the Post.

(Let us look at some of the precedents commonly cited in arguments for and against homosexual marriage.)

Its all designed to sway the Supreme Court, which will be hearing arguments this week on Californias voter-approved constitutional marriage amendment and the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

A day doesnt pass without another bomb dropped on the oldest human institution. If its not another slanted poll, negatively worded to elicit the "correct" response, its a politician sharing his sudden revelation that God didnt know what He was doing when He created marriage as the union of male and female.

The American Academy of Pediatrics, one of many formerly credible professional associations compromised by political correctness and junk science, has announced that children no longer benefit from a mother and a father in the household. Any two adults will do. Mothers and fathers provide no unique influence.

If you believe that, ask yourself: If your father had been replaced by a lesbian, would your upbringing have been any different? Did your mother provide anything unique to you that your dad didnt? In the best interests of children, why create motherless or fatherless households by design?

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