Overturning a lower court decision, the Texas Supreme Court ruled Friday that spouses of homosexual public employees are not entitled to government benefits.
In its conclusion, the justices ruled that although the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges legalized same-sex marriage, it did not include adequate guidance for marriage benefits. Therefore, the lawsuit introduced against Houston by the conservative group Texas Values and taxpayers Jack Pidgeon and Larry Hicks can proceed. In their lawsuit, the plaintiffs argued that the city had violated the Texas Constitution.
I am not going to let this destruction of the foundational principles of our culture to be tossed aside just because of five Supreme Court Justices.
The Supreme Court had neither right nor authority to undermine the fundamental institution of marriage and family.
Our country, our culture is suffering because of this unjust, unsound overreach.
We need to Make America Great Again; and to do that, we need to Make America Constitutional Again.
We also need to allow God to Make America Holy Again.
Marriage is for one man and one woman.
We need more men and women of faith to stand strong for what is right, for what is true.
Every child needs a Mom and Dad. The best social program is a job. The best social institution is the family.
God bless the great state of Texas for taking a stand for true, natural marriage and against the perverse ravagings of the Obergefell court ruling.