We can come up with examples all day long of things that will never happen. They may put a proposal on my state's ballot banning dogs or prohibiting the eating of pizza on Tuesdays too. I'll worry about all of that when it happens.
"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.
Just pick anything, realistic or not, that clownboy wouldn't approve of and imagine it's put into law by oregon voters and there you have it, "tyranny of the majority"
That's why it's impossible to take these pleas for "more democracy/less activist judges" seriously. BTW, how many judges have to make this ruling for that complaint to die off? Is 13 in a row enough? Maybe next year, when the SCOTUS makes the same ruling? I'll take educated judges over the mob any day, especially when it comes to actually upholding the constitution!
They post direct questions to you disputing the validity of using that to base law on. Have you missed that, or are you delusional?
Now, the diversion didnt work: can you explain how this passage (from your link) doesnt apply just the same to gays or not? Otherwise, that is another argument that does not work.
Originally Posted by Lursa