Gay Marriage And Why The Majority Rules, Not The Tyranny Of The Minority
Where the United States Constitution protects the minority from the tyranny of the majority, the rights of minority are not infringed upon. However, the Constitution is not vocal on every single “rights” issue the minority so passionately protests be inducted into the Constitution. And where those “rights” do not exist anywhere in the Constitution, the minority seeks aid from Leftists and liberal activist judges to “reinterpret” (bend and skew) those Constitutional rights to include language that was never intended so that those “rights”, although they do not exist in the Constitution, become protected. And while they are not protected explicitly by the Constitution, they are protected by those same liberal activist judges and courts, until they can be successfully removed, effectively blocking the right of the majority to overturn those laws. In essence – it is the tyranny of the minority which is oppressing and suppressing the rights of the majority. That is un-Constitutional.
How can you accept something, anything, as a “right” that does not yet exist? Further, how can you protect that which does not yet exist? The minority wants gay marriage, which does not exist as a right in the Constitution, (and therefore cannot be Constitutionally accepted and protected) to be Constitutionally accepted and protected nonetheless. It is in that act of liberal blindness, and throwing lawsuit after lawsuit at every court in America, hoping enough lawsuits will “stick” (and that has been the case, especially with liberal courts) so that enough legal protection and cover for whatever “rights”, gay marriage notwithstanding, the minority advocates for becomes legally protected without ever having to actually be Constitutionally protected or pass Constitutional muster first.
The Left, invoking stare decisis, and the passage of time, and pointing to decided and established law as justification enough to keep such laws intact, becomes irritated and frustrated when those laws are challenged on their Constitutionality. They further become heated when courts begin to dismantle those coveted laws, finding those laws, rightly, to actually be un-Constitutional. When the minority is in the majority, in specific pockets of America (San Fransisco, for example) and they, as a majority in those specific locales, pass laws as a majority in their communities, those laws, by virtue of having been passed by a majority (although they represent a minority in the rest of America) become law. That is Constitutional, and conservatives, although we may not necessarily agree with those laws passed, respect and uphold the right of the majority when they do pass such laws. Why (and this is rhetorical for obvious reasons) doesn’t the minority have that same respect for the majority when the majority passes laws they, the minority may not necessarily agree with?
The Constitution protects the majority and the right of the majority to pass laws the minority may not approve of, or feel suppresses them. Remember – the Constitution protects the minority from the tyranny of the majority in many instances, but not every single “right” is Constitutionally protected. In other words – if gays and advocates for gay marriage want gay marriage to be Constitutionally protected it will first take a majority in the House and Senate to support and pass a new gay marriage amendment and then send that amendment to the states for ratification, in which it will also take a majority of states to make that gay marriage amendment law.
Since there is not a majority in the House and Senate that support gay marriage, let alone a gay marriage amendment; and since there is not a majority of states that support gay marriage, let alone a gay marriage amendment, there is little hope of gay marriage actually becoming Constitutional law any time soon. This does not stop gay rights advocates from trying to work around the Constitution by using activist judges and courts, in what can only be considered and construed to be acts of tyranny against the majority, to push through their gay rights agenda.
Every one of these attempts is un-Constitutional, and for all their “progress” when more conservative judges who are strict Constitutionalists begin replacing liberal activist judges, those laws will begin to fall, much to the chagrin to liberals. And that “progress” will push them back. Liberals, who deal strictly through emotions and emotionally based arguments (as opposed to fact based arguments) will never understand this. Nor will liberals ever understand their use of hypocrisy and double standards, while it may assuage them, while it may comfort them, does nothing but show how shallow they are, and are willing to be.
In other words – what will happen when a majority of citizens in a state votes to legalize gay marriage in that state and the minority, those that still oppose legal recognition of gay marriage in that state, demand their “minority rights” supersede the majority’s rights and gay marriage be null and void on that basis? Will the majority then recognize the “rights” of the minority?
- “Amendment 1″ And The Right Of The Majority To Decide – Except When The Majority Is Not The Liberal Side (societybytes.wordpress.com)
- Opposing Gay Marriage Not Bigotry – Forcing It On Americans Is! (neosecularist.com)
- Obama: Yeah, we’ve been fibbing about my position on same-sex marriage for a while now, or something (Hotair.com)
- Exclusion Does Not Equal Discrimination (thecollegeconservative.com)
- Preachers in Baltimore blast Obama for same-sex marriage stance (Hotair.com)
- Poll: Opposition to gay marriage drops to new low after Obama’s announcement (Hotair.com)