The Supreme Court only owns that power Alabama gave Congress when they ratified the Constitution. Mariage was NOT on the list
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “Wilson got it backwards. As to the purposes of a union, the union can’t be sovereign. It’s a country club of states. It acts upon the will and the power that is granted it by the state. Only a sovereignty can grant power. So then, the State of Georgia was acting as a sovereign entity, it only delegated some of its sovereign functions. See, Wilson has it backwards here. What I mean by Wilson has it backwards — I think there’s a transcript or two on my website at MikeChurch.com where I’ve discussed this before. Only a sovereign entity could tell the union or the government that was going to be formed to serve some of the purposes of the union: Look, we want you to do this for us. But them conferring a power to be executed on their behalf does not confer a sovereignty. Only a sovereignty can confer a sovereignty. That should make sense.” Check out today’s transcript AND Clip of the Day for the rest….
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But I’m under no delusion that it will happen. That doesn’t mean I can’t wish for it, but I just wish for the people of Alabama to be apprised of the fact that you did not delegate this authority to this exterior body, and, therefore, under what legitimate authority, under what form or sense of subsidiarity do they claim to be able to tell you you have to do this?
Depending on whose side you’re on, you have a duty to resist this. Of course, you’re going to have to resist it from a religious point of view. Unless you’re going to do like Oklahoma is doing — these guys have it figured out, which is to say: We’re not issuing any more civil licenses. Screw you. There aren’t going to be any licenses issued in the state. You only get married in this state if a clergy of the Catholic Church or other denomination of church decides to marry you. There are no civil authorities. We won’t recognize them. If Oklahoma passes this law, are they going to force Oklahoma to recognize civil marriages? Can they? Isn’t that a First Amendment issue? I think so. Draw the battle lines, my friends.
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