Sour Grapes of Wrath: After Marriage Equality Case, the Christian Right is Calling for a Theocracy

Well put.

Divided Under God

“The Supreme Court is not the Supreme Being”

That’s the message that was quickly churned out from Mike Huckabee’s campaign for President in the form of a graphic that was shared by thousands over Facebook and other social media sites, following the Supreme Court ruling in favor of marriage equality.  Huckabee, the candidate of choice thus far in polling of the Christian Right, is boldly asserting that the rules of his religion trump the laws of the United States, and should be followed in place of the laws of the land.  It certainly isn’t much of a stretch to ascertain from that statement that Huckabee would support a Christian theocracy in place of the US Constitution.  I know, Huck’s a nutcase.  Sadly, he’s far from alone.

Another Presidential hopeful, Bobby Jindal, publicly called for the removal of the Supreme Court altogether — not the justices, but the Court.  What?  So…

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