Saturday, October 28, 2006

Marriage is…

NJ high court rules on same-sex marriage:

Forty-five states have laws or constitutional amendments barring gay marriage. New Jersey has neither.

The case the New Jersey court ruled on Wednesday was filed on behalf of seven gay couples who argued that being denied the right to marry violated equal-protection guarantees in the state's constitution. "Although we cannot find that a fundamental right to same-sex marriage exists in this state, the unequal dispensation of rights and benefits to committed same-sex partners can no longer be tolerated under our state constitution," Associate Justice Barry Albin wrote in the decision by the court.
Personally, I think that Boortz is on to something:
Gay marriage? It's back on the table again .. and people are upset. I'll believe that people want to save the institution of marriage in this country when they start rejecting these Hollywood libertines who have made such a mockery of the institution. It's Hollywood that is destroying marriage .. not gay couples in loving and committed relationships.