With gay mar­riage de­ci­sion, SCOTUS states the ob­vi­ous

Metro USA (Boston) - - LETTERS & GAMES - SHAUNA ERL­BAUM, VIA EMAIL DAVID TER­HUNE, VIA EMAIL GOR­DON BROWN, VIA EMAIL MADEEL AB­DUL­LAH, VIA EMAIL

It’s a tes­ta­ment to the lazi­ness of peo­ple that so many are cheer­ing SCOTUS’ de­ci­sion on gay mar­riage, when even the Supreme Court jus­tices said it was, um, ac­tu­ally le­gal­ized in 1868 when Equal Pro­tec­tion was made fed­eral law in the 14th Amend­ment. A hun­dred and five years to get the gov­ern­ment to obey its own laws? If you call that “progress,” then you need to raise your stan­dards a bit. With its de­ci­sion to sup­port the le­gal­ity of mar­riage equal­ity, the Supreme Court de­serves our grat­i­tude for stat­ing the ob­vi­ous. un­con­sti­tu­tional def­i­ni­tion of mar­riage, and are read­ing it in these pages, had only two male or two fe­male par­ents, none of you would ever have been be born. What a loss to hu­man­ity. unIs­lamic acts, as they vi­o­late Is­lamic teach­ings on the sanc­tity of hu­man life as men­tioned in nu­mer­ous places in the Qu­ran (5:33; 6:152; 17:34). These at­tacks are even more heinous as this is the holy month of Ramadan. Prophet Muham­mad helped mankind even more so dur­ing Ramadan than in any other time of the year.

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