This morning on a Lynchburg radio broadcast a local pastor e-mailed to say that, in the wake of the California Supreme Court decision authorizing same-sex marriage there, he hoped that all homosexuals would just move to California.
I think this is faulty reasoning. I'll explain momentarily.
First, let me say that I was disappointed by the court's decision. In its 4-3 ruling, the court overturned Proposition 22, an initiative (not a constitutional amendment) passed in 2000 by more than 61 percent of state voters to define marriage as a union between one man and one woman. With its Thursday ruling, the court determined that the will of the people apparently does not matter. Read More