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5th August
2010
written by Cullen Webb

I haven’t been this angry in a long time.

In 2008 voters came together to decide the fate of same-sex marriage in California. 52.47% of voters wanted it restricted to only one man and one woman. With a lead of about 504,000 votes, it was an obvious decision.

But lately the government doesn’t care about the opinion of its people.

Yesterday, August 4th 2010, federal judge Vaughn R. Walker told the American people that He understands the constitution better than the rest of us. By stamping the ban as “unconstitutional” He essentially gave the millions of voters a pat on the head while saying “Silly people. Law is government.”

We don’t want this. We told them we don’t want this. We are the people the constitution defends, and it is instead being used against us because a judge fails to interpret it beyond His own nearsightedness.

I’m not going to argue about the morality of homosexuality. I already did that. But I want you to realize where morality comes from:

If there is a God, then it comes from Him.
If there is no god, then it is the opinion of the majority.

But there is a God, and He says no. And the opinion of the majority also says no.

It is a proud and arrogant thing for this judge to say otherwise.
Pray for Him. Pray for Him hard.

-Cullen Webb

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  • Locomotivebuff

    I wholeheartedly agree with you. The evidence for a massive overbearing government is far to great to ignore. What with health care passing, even though something like 70% of Americans don't want it, the judiciary ignoring true constitutional law and legislating from the bench. We're in a sad way, these days. I pray every day that we might have one last Great Awakening before Christ comes to judge the quick and the dead. The enmity between Christ's Church and the government is getting hotter too. Even in things so trivial as our church bells. My church is right next to the freeway. We went to the city to see whether or not we could have a bell installed in our steeple. They said it would be too much of a distraction to the drivers on the freeway. Part of the reason we got property so close to the freeway is so that maybe we could put a sign up saying “Jesus Saves”, or something like that. They said it would be too much of a distraction, at which I wondered “what about all those fancy lighted casino signs, and all the billboard that have atheist slogans on them”? Things are definitely getting worse, and all I can do is hope and pray they will get better.

    • http://www.NationPains.com Cullen Webb

      Hearing about your church being kept from putting up a sign grieves me. It's so painfully hypocritical.

  • q_Jared_p

    I was talking about government things similar to this with Grandma, Grandpa and Uncle Dave up at Higgins. One thing being: How can congress choose whether or not they get paid for life?! That's like asking a child to choose between spinach and candy… Why didn't we get a choice in it?

    • http://www.NationPains.com Cullen Webb

      Exactly! I think that with today's technology we should be able to vote ourselves on the majority of issues.

      We vote all the time online. Why cant they create a secure way for us to vote like that?

  • http://www.NationPains.com Cullen Webb

    Exactly! I think that with today’s technology we should be able to vote ourselves on the majority of issues.nnWe vote all the time online. Why cant they create a secure way for us to vote like that?

  • http://www.NationPains.com Cullen Webb

    Exactly! I think that with today’s technology we should be able to vote ourselves on the majority of issues.nnWe vote all the time online. Why cant they create a secure way for us to vote like that?

  • http://www.NationPains.com Cullen Webb

    Exactly! I think that with today’s technology we should be able to vote ourselves on the majority of issues.nnWe vote all the time online. Why cant they create a secure way for us to vote like that?

  • http://www.NationPains.com Cullen Webb

    Exactly! I think that with today’s technology we should be able to vote ourselves on the majority of issues.nnWe vote all the time online. Why cant they create a secure way for us to vote like that?