The case for secession is clear: I and most other Texans cannot comprehend the judicial logic; I am sure the other nation and its courts understand it well. It is just two different peoples. We are not on the same wavelength to a degree not seen even in the run up to the first Civil War.
I am quite sure both sides understood each other perfectly.
Today I cannot understand the ruling: a gay man has the same right to marry another man as any other man, that is to say, none at all. There is no discrimination here. If a man wished to marry a dog or a child, does the court hold that it is discrimination to say no?
What hurts even more was that this was another Affirmative Action Judge like the black female judge in the Virginia Case that confused the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution
Orlando Luis Garcia (1952) is a former Texas state legislator and a United States federal judge sitting on the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
Born in Jim Wells County, Texas, Garcia received a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin in 1975 and a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law in 1978. He was in private practice in San Antonio, Texas from 1978–1990, and a Texas state representative from 1983-1991. From 1991 to 1992 he was a judge in the Texas Fourth Court of Appeals.
He was nominated by President Bill Clinton on November 19, 1993, to a seat which had been vacated by Emilio M. Garza over two years before. Garcia was confirmed by the United States Senate on March 10, 1994, and received his commission on March 11, 1994.
The judge also ruled despotically in an RIFD case:
It can’t be long now until Alabama’s ban is struck down.
Can LoS do a tutorial on how they went about getting the secession sign up?
I would wager that Texas groups would have the muscle to put one up on I-35 in Austin.
The solution to this on going Federal aggression against state marriage laws is simple. Congress, according to the Constitution, sets the jurisdiction of Federal courts. All Congress has to do is remove all cases arising from state marriage laws from the jurisdiction of the Federal judges. That Congress won’t even attempt to pass such a solution is another argument for secession.
The hispanics tend to be more social issues conservative than whites. The hispanic judge is simply further driving a wedge between whites with this decision. His culture wouldn’t tolerate the suggestion of gay marriage but he wants to uphold the federal government’s right to override the states.’
I would like to see pro-Whites start to refuse to fall into this perpetual trap. Hispanics are willing to unite when it comes to furthering their group ethnic agenda, and are probably waiting till they are in complete domination to engage social issues which would divide.
We should be doing the same. We lose because we are unable to think like them. But I agree action needs to happen. I just wish it took on the mantle of ethnic/racial unity rather than that of social issues conservatism. There’s always time to work those issues out later. Now is the time to save our race.
Disgusting. Legalizing perversion. But it is consistent. Both examples recently are at the hands of the goyim- the non-Whites who have no legitimacy being in this land.
Secession. Now. Today. Forever.
This was inevitable under the Union.
Once again, the will of the people thwarted by the corrupt judicial system.
Can’t wait for the day these tyrants get what is coming to them.
Damn, we are getting our teeth kicked in by anti-Whites, homos, lesbians, niggers, beaners, commies and jews hiding behind black robes.
I long for the day the tables are turned.
I do not know how or when, but we had better have our own version of Arab Spring or Ukraine revolution in the near future or we are dead meat.
“The hispanics tend to be more social issues conservative than whites.”
Since when? They’re socialist anti-gun steal from whitey liberals, just like blacks.
‘It can’t be long now until Alabama’s ban is struck down’:
There are liberal forces at work within the state too, I think. George Wallace’s daughter is a thoroughgoing liberal now, isn’t she?
Seems to me Federal judges are always the problem.
I just had an idea. How about not obeying them any more?
PHOENIX (AP) — Gov. Jan Brewer on Wednesday vetoed a Republican bill that set off a national debate over gay rights, religion and discrimination and subjected Arizona to blistering criticism from major corporations and political leaders from both parties.
Loud cheers erupted outside the Capitol building immediately after Brewer made her announcement.
“My agenda is to sign into law legislation that advances Arizona,” Brewer said at a news conference. “I call them like I seem them despite the tears or the boos from the crowd. After weighing all the arguments, I have vetoed Senate Bill 1062 moments ago.”
The governor said she gave the legislation careful deliberation in talking to her lawyers, citizens and lawmakers on both sides of the debate.
But Brewer said the bill “could divide Arizona in ways we could not even imagine and no one would ever want.” The bill was broadly worded and could result in unintended negative consequences, she added.
The bill backed by Republicans in the Legislature was designed to give added protection from lawsuits to people who assert their religious beliefs in refusing service to gays. But opponents called it an open attack on gays that invited discrimination.
Will it take something like the incident in Judges 19-21 to spur the South to action against predatory sodomy?
Bob Smith, I was referring to social issues in terms of gay ‘rights,’ women’s rights, abortion, etc. I don’t really see the Second Amendment as a social issue.
Pennsylvania conservative Daryl Metcalfe, well-known for his anti-immigration activity, also introduced a bill to amend the constitution to defend marriage in the state — and when ‘in June 2013, after the Defense of Marriage Act had been ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, openly gay state representative Brian Sims tried to make a speech in the Pennsylvania House supporting the decision, Metcalfe, who was one of several representatives who blocked Sims from speaking, said, I did not believe that as a member of that body that I should allow someone to make comments such as he was preparing to make that ultimately were just open rebellion against what the word of God has said, what God has said, and just open rebellion against God’s law’: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daryl_Metcalfe#Anti-LGBT
But the rural are outnumbered by the rootless cosmopolitan, urban population here, and the Federal juggernaut also rolls on.
Stephen Dalton, Theodore Hesburgh, president of Notre Dame for a long time (and close personal friend of my grandfather’s), put his considerable clout behind pardoning Pollard, the jewish american spy for Israel.
Please explain to me again how catholics and jews aren’t involved in the highest level machinations – conspiracies if you will – to wield total power over the masses.
NYYankee, I’m afraid I don’t comprehend your statement. I have never denied Jews, and some Catholics, as well as some Protestants were involved in “high level machinations”. The only thing I mentioned on this post was what it would take for the South to react big time against predatory sodomy. Perhaps you posted your question on the wrong post?
I had tried to post a comment explaining just what you deduced but it got lost. Mine here was meant for the recent thread on conspiracies.
The judge was born in Jim Wells county….that figures…Jim Wells was the county in which LBJ’s henchman George Parr found enough votes from dead Mexicans to elect him in his first senate primary race in 1948. A corrupt stinkhole.