Monday, April 9, 2012

Obamacare and DOMA

If Obama doesn't want the Supreme Court to overturn a "law passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress," by which, strangely, he means ObamaCare, then what about the Defense of Marriage Act?

It's about political agenda at this point, just as with most politicians, rather than supporting the Constitution or the will of the People. This is the failure of the State to serve the populace through democracy, as only a minority of the population gets their position supported in the best of circumstances. 

Also the impact of political lies and government overreach, as well as another look at the Trayvon Martin case and readers' response to Mark Alexander's Essay.

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