Gay Marriage Leads to Pedophilia, Says Weirdos

By: Mike Tuttle - April 3, 2014

In a move that left even people on their side of the battlefield stunned, a group in Michigan has gone back to Rick Santorum’s old stomping ground: claiming that gay marriage will lead to pedophilia, bestiality and who knows what else.

The group, called the Traditionalist Youth Network, filed an amicus brief in the ongoing Michigan gay marriage case. Michigan has been a battleground in the same-sex marriage fight lately, since a judge overturned the law banning same-sex marriage. That state’s Attorney General, Bill Schutte, filed an appeal in the case, and a judge issued a stay halting same-sex marriage while the whole thing works its way through the courts.

A similar situation happened recently in Kentucky, but there the state Attorney General refused to appeal the case.

The amicus brief filed by TradYouth, as they call their little club, was not welcome by the Attorney General in Michigan. It read, in part:

“The Culture distorters and those who espouse their ideals flagrantly reject originalism and often treat the United States Constitution like an accordion: they frequently stretch it out to invent rights that do not exist — such as the “right” to have an abortion or the “right” to engage in sodomy or the “right” to view pornographic materials — and they constrict it to not mean things that it certainly does — such as by denying the plain language of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.”

“The reason why banning same-sex marriage is a legitimate state interest is because the State of Michigan’s inherent police powers authorize the government to promote the health, safety, morals, and public welfare of its people, and it is respectfully submitted that same-sex marriage is an affront to the health, safety, morals, and public welfare of the residents of the State of Michigan, which is why the Western and American legal traditions have proscribed sodomy, much less same-sex marriage, for thousands and hundreds of years, respectively.”

“If a state cannot be permitted to define marriage as simply as constituting one man and one woman, then our culture will be taken down a very slippery slope that will see pedophiles, polygamists, zoophiles, those in incestuous relationships, and every other sexual deviant with proclivities now known or to be invented to challenge laws that, likewise, prevent them from marrying whom — or what — they wish.”

The brief also inexplicably quoted W.B. Yeats’ The Second Coming (“Turning and turning the widening gyre…”).

The group’s website expounded on their views:

“When your cause is truly just and worthy, you can’t calculate the odds. Whether it’s facing down hundreds of Marxist agitators, engaging mainstream media smear campaigners, or challenging anti-White extremist Tim Wise’s lies on our college campuses, we’re going to fight for family, folk, and faith wherever it’s under assault.”

Attorney General Schutte, when asked about the brief replied, “There is no place in this discussion for derogatory language, and anything like it will be completely disregarded by the Department of Attorney General. The Sixth Circuit should use this brief to line a birdcage, because that’s all it’s good for.”

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  • Lois

    Its leading to something Just look what Verizon is doing with there cable.

    Verizon defends decision to offer incest and child themed porn on video-on-demand

    God help us and our children. The children are in danger. It also brings judgement on the land. Just look whats happening in America.

    • Westen

      Please provide a link to where you got this information.

  • manofGod1145

    May suggest that you do not label people and groups with different opinions as weirdoes and nuts? It seems that you become the very type of judgmental person you seeking to defame. Maybe you should use your journalistic instincts to investigate the evidence and seek the truth on the issue and present an unbiased report on the topic and not be so swayed by the rhetoric as your column seems to show to everyone.

    • Westen

      I agree. Weirdos and nuts is all wrong. Clearly they are kooks and wackos.

  • Obama Lama

    Tell you what…. all you smart gay marriage supporting people. If “Blood” doesn’t mean anything to you…. and everything is just fine with just “love”…. Why don’t you give your natural/blood kids up for adoption. Just give them up to a nice gay marriage relationship. We start a new adoption agency just for donating your child to gay men that can’t have any. You can just “donate” your blood children……. You’re so trusting and loving of such relationships…. You can then adopt some more children. Any kids. It doesn’t matter if they are your “blood” kids or not…… What a bunch of total MORONS…. the whole lot of you.

    • Westen

      Clearly you have no conception of reality.

      Same sex couples don’t snatch the children they adopt from shopping carts. They go through the rigorous process of qualifying as adoptive parents. They adopt children who would have been in the foster care system, often bounced from home to home.

      Now if you want blood to be all that important, nobody is stopping your marriage to your cousin.

  • Amber Gardner

    Pederasty, Pedophilia Rights in America: The Unintended Results of Rejecting God
    http://youtu.be/9tE0s6V_7T8

  • Westen

    There is always a percentage that harbors views like these. Traditional. In Russia it’s those poor saps who want to bring back the old soviet communist regime. In Rome it was the group that wanted to return to paganism. In Greece it was the group that wanted to return to monarchy. They very rarely get what they want.