The Age of Penis in Anus is over.
Now dawns the Age of Penis in Vagina.
Justice Clarence Thomas, joined by Justice Samuel Alito, lashed out on Monday at the religious liberty implications of the Supreme Court’s 2015 decision that cleared the way for same-sex marriage nationwide.
Thomas wrote that the decision, Obergefell v. Hodges, “enables courts and governments to brand religious adherents who believe that marriage is between one man and one woman as bigots, making their religious liberty concerns that much easier to dismiss.”
Thomas’ strong opinion came down on the first day of the court’s new term, and reflects the fact that critics of the landmark opinion from five years ago that was penned by now retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, are still infuriated by its reasoning. They believe the court should have left the decision to the political arena and have long said that it will infringe upon the rights of those who have religious objections to same-sex marriage.
The Supreme Court turned away Kim Davis' case, but Thomas (joined by Alito) wrote a jaw-dropping rant taking direct aim at Obergefell and suggesting that SCOTUS must overturn the right to marriage equality in order to protect free exercise. https://t.co/qES8IZkw0U pic.twitter.com/F0zrYdBaeH
— Mark Joseph Stern (@mjs_DC) October 5, 2020
Supporters of LGBTQ rights are fearful that the court is poised to continue a trend from last term, ruling in favor of religious conservatives in key cases.
The case that prompted Thomas’ statement concerned Kim Davis, a former county clerk in Kentucky who gained national attention in 2015 and was jailed after declining to issue marriage licenses out of an objection to same sex marriages. The high court on Monday declined to hear an appeal in her case.
Thomas called Davis “one of the first victims” of the court’s “cavalier treatment of religion” in the Obergefell v. Hodges decision but warned “she will not be the last.” He said that her case was not properly presented before the court, but he urged his colleagues to revisit the religious liberty implications of the landmark opinion down the road.
He warned that the court had chosen to “privilege” a “novel constitutional right over the religious liberty interests explicitly protected in the First Amendment, any by doing so undemocratically, the Court has created a problem that only it can fix.”
We are all fed up with having anal sex forced down our throats.
All of this boomer gibberish about how “it’s their right to do their own business” is finished.
These anal weirdos have stolen the innocence of children, they have disrupted the entire society, we need to put a stop to it once and for all.
I’m not happy with Amy Ice Cream Cone Barney or whatever the friggin’ heck her name is, but if she’s anti-anal, then she’s on my team.
Frankly, Clarence is the only one really holding down the fort, which says something. When you have a team of people in America and the most competent one is a black guy, you should be ashamed of yourself.
But here’s the takeaway: if this communist coup fails, things are going to take a sharp turn to the right, and we are going to have opportunities.
Our number one goal, above all else, has to be replacing the Senate in the 2022 midterms.