Building the Resistance to Same-Sex Marriage — Article 12 — The Congressional Appropriations Power

June 24, 2015 @

SSM Article - XII

Friends of Traditional Marriage —

Attached is the twelfth article in the series on “Building the Resistance to Same-Sex Marriage” sponsored by the U.S. Justice Foundation.

This article is entitled: “The Congressional Appropriations Power and Same-Sex ‘Marriage.'”
The author is Virginia Delegate Bob Marshall, senior member of the Virginia House of Delegates.

USJF urges you to distribute this article, and the other articles in the series.

Our article was published in the below listed news outlets:

Fauquier Free Citizen

Locker Dome

Western Journalism

3 Comments → “Building the Resistance to Same-Sex Marriage — Article 12 — The Congressional Appropriations Power”

  1. Virginia Nordin

    5 years ago

    Homosexuals have a right to be in love with a partner. If they wish to be married, then it must be an opposite sex partner. Homo’s can design their own pairage/ceremony and have it legalized in the eyes of the law for inheritance rights etc. Marriage is a partnership of one man and one woman, as the bible says, and go forth and prosper. Building a family. Having children. Homosexuality does not build a family. It is just sex. They have love feelings for each other, but, that is not what marriage is all about. Stop stomping on our religious beliefs. Fix yourselves! You have no pride when you steal from heterosexual. Trying to change what marriage is all about. You are yags, backwards of gay. No joy there! Sadly, your brains has been twisted. Stop trying to force yourselves on others.

  2. jya1

    5 years ago

    SSM is wrong for America. Time to reverse the inept SC ruling.

  3. […] of federal courts, using the power Congress was expressly given in the U.S. Constitution.  In Article XII, Senior Virginia Delegate Robert G. Marshall discussed how Congress could immediately use the […]

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