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An Unintended Consequence Of Today’s SSM Rulings?

26 June 2013 @ 20:54

It maybe the sole, small bright spot to shine from today’s decisions.

From a comment left by Dicentra over at Protein Wisdom:

Interesting consideration: Utah was admitted to the Union on the condition that its constitution outlaw polygamy forever.

If polygamy is forcibly legalized in Utah, does that mean we’ve automatically seceded?

Please God say yes.

This calls for a major novena fest.

[I hope Mrs. B. will find Utah to her liking.]

  1. 26 June 2013 @ 21:28 21:28

    Google Reynolds vs. United States, 1878.

    Polygamy was banned by federal statute.

    The logic of the ruling is pretty funny, in a bleak kind of way.

    • M. Thompson permalink
      26 June 2013 @ 21:43 21:43

      Hmm. Will they over rule that one as well?

      • 27 June 2013 @ 01:26 01:26

        It seems they just did.

        • thecampofthesaints permalink
          27 June 2013 @ 07:38 07:38

          Methinks you’re right.

  2. bob sykes permalink
    29 June 2013 @ 07:44 07:44

    The Supreme Court ruling on Prop 8 and DOMA means that homosexual marriage will be legal in all states within 5 years. Within 10 years polygamy will be legal everywhere, and within 15 years incest incestual marriage will be legal.

    We might hold the line at bestiality and true pedophilia, but NAMBLA will have its way with everyone over 13.

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