To the Editor: Minority shouldn’t outrank majority
Written by Harold Chapman   
Wednesday, 06 November 2013 11:34
Try to imagine this: A group of 10 office workers vote to go to either Mcburger's or Taco Bull for lunch. Nine of the workers vote to go to Mcburgers; so naturally, they all go to Taco Bull.
In certain circumstances, only the minority vote counts.
How about a family outing where mom, dad, uncle and aunt, and all the kids decide to go to Disneyland; but one 13-year-old cousin wants to go to Knott's Berry Farm; so naturally, they all go to Knott's Berry Farm.
These things don't happen in the real world.
But in the "fake" world, it happens all the time!
Now try to imagine that one of the houses of Congress overwhelmingly votes "against" a bill, but the minority votes "for" the bill, win.
That would be unconscionable, and absurd.
Yet an ultra-liberal federal judge in Cincinnati has stated that your "majority votes" don't count!
Then for what reason on earth, do we even take the time to vote; knowing a judge can nullify it all?
Said judge stated: "Despite the fact that voters may support a given law, (Ohio voters in 2004 against gay marriage) rights protected by the U.S. Constitution can never be subordinated to the vote of the 'majority.'"
Folks, I have a copy of the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights with me at all times, and I can't for the life of me find where the gay community has more rights than us! The majority.
After a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, concerning gay marriage, a man came down the steps of the courthouse and said twice, "I'm more equal! Today I am more equal!"
Which immediately reminded me of George Orwell's novel, Animal Farm, wherein is the quote, "All animals are equal, but some animals are 'more' equal than others."
In other words, have more "rights" than us!
Figure it out folks; the anti-christ will emerge from "their" community, and wreck havoc on all of us. (Daniel 11:37)
It's there for you to read - if you want to.
P.S. A woman in Washington state is being sued by the homosexual community because of her religious beliefs.
When we pass these laws and ordinances "for" them, we exempt religious organizations, but not religious "individuals." She will lose, because of that fact.
Their "homosexual" rights will supersede your freedom of religion rights.
Harold Chapman
Bowling Green
 

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