Judge Vaughn Walker overturned the will of the people of California when he stated that a law against homosexual marriage was based upon a moral standard.
This is an interesting legal conclusion. Using similar reasoning, there should be no law against robbery. Laws formulated against robbery and related crimes are based on moral values. We may say that extortion is likewise based on moral standards. Assault and similar crimes are based on moral standards and values. We may propose similar arguments for laws against deadbeat dads. The list could get quite long.
Remove morality considerations from many laws, and these laws would be automatically invalidated. For those who think this is foolishness, take another look at the judge’s decision. Furthermore, examine the precepts of Darwinism and evolution which fundamentally denies any true morality. If there is no true morality, how can morality be used as an argument against homosexual marriage?
There appears to be duplicity involved in morality considerations in legal decisions. If convenient use, if inconvenient ignore.