The so-called main stream media was slow to report it, but all of the ballot measures to ban homosexual marriage and codify it into constitutional law passed. In Arizona, Florida and especially in California, voters rejected homosexual marriage. Even in places where the msm reported the news it was relegated to a brief. In contrast, when homosexual marriage was illegally granted against the will of the people in California, the msm put it on prime time coverage.
Most people believe that it was the African American community which helped to defeat homosexual marriage much like it has in just about every other state where the vote has been put before the people.
Hopefully, the 16,000 plus gay wedding licenses issued in the interim will be legally rescinded and nullified.
Though, a signal marker in the fight against the homosexualization of America, this is no wild victory as homosexual activists are already planning to import marriage extremism to other vunerable states. Until there is a constitutional amendment in every state, there will be no rest from this destructive attack.
But there’s a poignant political caveat in effect. Obama has promised homosexuals to specifically pass legislation on a federal level on their behalf.
“I want to congratulate all of you who have shown your love for each other by getting married these last few weeks,” Obama said. “I support extending fully equal rights and benefits to same sex couples under both state and federal law. That is why I support repealing the Defense of Marriage Act and the ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ policy, and the passage of laws to protect LGBT Americans from hate crimes and employment discrimination. And that is why I oppose the divisive and discriminatory efforts to amend the California Constitution, and similar efforts to amend the U.S. Constitution or those of other states.”
What’s very strange, amidst all the euphoria of this “historic” moment, is that the first black president-elect hasnt made one single promise to do anything for African Americans as a demographic. Perhaps his vague symbolism of hope is all African Americans require. If this is any indicator, black Americans may be in for a rude awakening from their first black president.