Chris Matthews has questioned whether it is still okay to be against homosexual marriage. He frequently ridicules those who oppose it. Even GOP presidential candidate John Kasich recently declared that opposition to homosexual marriage is now off the table for Republicans. Really? I’m wondering who took it off the table. Some might argue that it was U.S. Supreme Court, but I say that is not the case. All it did was legalize it for it now. However, the debate still rages on – and rightfully so. As many social conservatives have pointed out, the Supreme Court is not the final authority on marriage – God is.
And I have some questions for those who say we should just shut up about homosexual marriage because it is now “the law of the land.” Had the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the states, would that have ended the battle to make homosexual marriage legal? Would it have no longer been okay to be in favor of homosexual marriage? Would the push for so-called “marriage equality” have been off the table for Democrats and liberals? Of course the answer to all of those questions would be “no.” There’s no way progressives would have given up the fight for homosexual marriage if the Supreme Court had ruled the other way. By the same taken, don’t expect us to give up the fight against it any time soon.