NOM’s Brian “Boo-Hoo” Brown: The Utah Gay Marriage Ruling “is a travesty of justice!”

Brian Boo-Hoo Brown

“This ruling is a travesty of justice. The voters of Utah made their will in this matter perfectly clear less than 10 years ago when adopting an amendment to the state constitution defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman. This ruling should concern every American who cares about the rights of citizens and their involvement in determining the laws that govern us. This trend of vetoing the voters from the bench must be stopped. We appreciate Attorney General Tarbet’s swift action in seeking a stay of this decision and his commitment to appeal the ruling to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. The rush to issue same-sex ‘marriage’ licenses in Salt Lake County before the ink is even dry on Judge Shelby’s decision is un seemly and an insult to the people. This is one of the most important issues facing the state and country. The constitution of the United States is not changed because a single judge says it should be. This critical matter needs to be considered by the higher courts immediately.” – Hate group leader Brian Brown, who has had better days in his sad pathetic motherfucking life.




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  1. Photo credit: me. Friday, June 24, 2011. Albany, NY State Senate chamber, immediately preceding the final vote.

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