In a stunning turn of expectations, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that gay marriage should be allowed in a 4-3 vote today. Gay and lesbian people are rejoicing in the streets, while hundreds of thousands of heterosexual marriages fell apart faster than the Dow Jones.
The plaintiffs, a lesbian couple, were stunned by the news saying:
“I can’t believe it. We’re thrilled, we’re absolutely overjoyed. We’re finally going to be able, after 33 years, to get married,” said Janet Peck of Colchester, who was a plaintiff with her partner, Carole Conklin.
“I’m just ecstatic. It’s such a relief, the joy of it,” said another plaintiff, Jodi Mock of West Hartford, who sued with partner Elizabeth Kerrigan.
Everybody knows that if you allow gays to marry, it has disastrous consequences on heterosexual marriages. Gays shouldn’t be allowed these “special rights” to marry because it keeps the heterosexual homophobic family intact!
Supreme Court Justice Richard N. Palmer wrote:
“Interpreting our state constitutional provisions in accordance with firmly established equal protection principles leads inevitably to the conclusion that gay persons are entitled to marry the otherwise qualified same sex partner of their choice,”
Luckily for all of us, the Homophobic Machine came out in tour de force response by calling the decision outrageous. Family Institute of Connecticut said:
“Even the legislature, as liberal as ours, decided that marriage is between a man and a woman,” said executive director Peter Wolfgang. “This is about our right to govern ourselves. It is bigger than gay marriage.”
Other sources said that after Mr. Wolfgang said that, he ran out and filed for divorce himself! Also noting that it was stunning Mr. Wolfgang didn’t declare the Supreme Court in Connecticut was filled with “activist judges” or use the term “liberal activist”. It appears to be the first time that has happened.
Stay tuned for more! Because the Gay Agenda isn’t complete until every man, woman and your freaking grandma are flamingly gay homosexuals.