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Who Will Define Marriage? The Will of the People, Not the Courts

Alan Sears

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There's hope for the majority of Americans who believe marriage is for a man and a woman. The "will of the people" will define marriage, not the courts. That's why we need the Federal Marriage Amendment--the people must be heard.

Recent American history shows the power and impact of the "will of the people." In Hawaii and Alaska, the courts attempted to impose their will on the people. The people, in turn, reversed the decision of the courts by approving state constitutional amendments to protect marriage. Preempting judicial strikes, 38 states, including California, have approved "Defense of Marriage" acts. Where given the opportunity, the people voted to protect marriage by nearly two to one or more.

Homosexual activists and their allies in mainstream media have been working overtime preaching the inevitability of universal same-sex "marriage." Despite this remorseless repetition of their message, the "will of the people" will prevail as it has for the last decade.

How do we know?

Voters across the nation are using state constitutional amendments to overturn court decisions favoring same-sex "marriage." It is likely that within five years, no state will have court-directed same-sex "marriage," not even Massachusetts..

Read the entire article on the Breakpoint website.

Posted: 7/22/04



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