In an important decision striking down the votes of the people of Virginia, a Federal Judge proved she didn’t known the difference between the Constitution of the United States and the Declaration of Independence. Thank you liberal educational establishment.
When U.S. District Judge Arenda L. Wright Allen issued her ruling taking away the vote of the people of Virginia and maintaining that the state’s affirmation of traditional, one man-one woman marriage was unconstitutional, she insisted that it was because the U.S. Constitution said that all men were created equal.
Of course, anyone with a fourth grade education knows that it is the not the U.S. Constitution that makes this declaration but is instead the more aptly named Declaration of Independence.
Here is how this “educated” judge began her cliché-laden opinion.
“A spirited and controversial debate is underway regarding who may enjoy the right to marry un the United States of America, America has pursued a journey to make and keep our citizens free, This journey has never been easy, and at times has been painful and poignant, The ultimate exercise of our freedom is choice. Our Constitution declares that “all men” are created equal. Surely this means all of us.”
Well, this might have meant all of us if it was the Constitution that did say that “all men are created equal.”
But, as I noted above, everyone–expect perhaps Judge Allen–knows that the Constitution isn’t where that famous American philosophy is found. It’s the Declaration, not the Constitution.
So, we have a judge responsible for making law based on our system, our history, and our founding documents and this moron doesn’t know one document from the next.
Yep. Thanks liberal educational establishment.
Of course, hours after the judge’s decision was released she hastily put out another one to correct her idiotic error. But the Internet is forever.