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President Obama Orders Justice Department to No Longer Defend Marriage Comments

Fifteen years ago Congress overwhelmingly passed the Defense of Marriage Act. It was signed into law by President Clinton in 1996. On February 23, 2011, President Barack Obama unilaterally ordered the US Justice Department to stop defending marriage. The Attorney General sent a five-page letter simply announcing the President's decision to the Congress. Government has long regulated marriage for the common good and the President's ... Continue Reading

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  1. Davide
    3 years ago

    One thing we must understand the majority of gays are atheist. They do not give two da@& what the Catholic Church says about anything. My friends we are at the dawn of a new Christian persecution, muslims on one side and relativist and atheist on the other side. They will take hold of the Christian faith and rip It to shreds. My friends I am a man with same-sex inclinations but I am a devout Catholic and chaste. There is such a huge subculture to homosexuality than most of you couldn't even begin to understand even reaching into the highest places within our Church. The stench of Cardinal Bernardin still resonates corners of the American church an active homosexual and satanist himself.
    The only weapons we have is the Holy Eucharist, prayer, sacrifice, penance and we all must suffer. We and our children are at the golden age of Christian persecution.

  2. Jamie Ward
    3 years ago

    Awesome development for equal civil rights. Discrimination against gays and lesbians must end!

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