The argument that should have been made

courthouse17483On Dec. 20, 2013, federal district court Judge Robert Shelby ruled Utah’s marriage law unconstitutional after the state attorneys who were assigned to defend the law failed to make a compelling case.

A new paper by Sutherland Institute says a compelling case in defense of Utah’s marriage law would include the state interest in traditional marriage and the natural family, deconstruct the plaintiff’s arguments, and aggressively address the 14th Amendment.

Click here to read the paper, “What Should Have Been Said, Part 1.”

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2 Responses to The argument that should have been made

  1. the gays are tearing down the fabric of america. can you imagine how screwed up the children of these perverts are. why are christians and conservatives afraid of these people? makes me so angry that MEN wont stand up for whats right for fear of losing money or ratings or political power. we could stop all this madness if people would come together for a common cause and just get it done. people bitch whine and moan but continue to sit on their fat comfortable asses and do nothing. im so frustrated at the ” care less” attitude of this older generation!!!

  2. melissa rhodes says:

    This was very well done.

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