Governor Janet Napolitano and State Representative Kyrsten Sinema at an event hosted by The Stonewall Democrats
Today, the New Jersey Supreme Court punt-faked when it stated that New Jersey must allow special rights to same-sex couples. In the 4-3decision Mark Lewis and Dennis Winslow, et al. v. Gwendolyn L. Harris, etc., et al., the high court of New Jersey stated, “Denying committed same-sex couples the financial and social benefits and privileges given to their married heterosexual counterparts bears no substantial relationship to a legitimate governmental purpose.” The court then punted the ruling back to the New Jersey Legislature to determine how exactly New Jersey will grant those rights.
For all Arizonan’s, there are a few immediate and urgent lessons here:
- Arizona must pass Proposition 107 if the definition of marriage is to remain between one man and one woman. Leaving the definition of marriage as it is currently defined under Arizona Revised Statutes allows it to be vulnerable to renegade judges. By passing Protect Marriage Amendment on November 7th, Arizona will codify the definition within our own constitution so no judge will be able to touch and pervert it.
- Homosexuals are using the “denial of benefits” argument to defeat and ultimately redefine marriage. Arizona’s Propostion 107 is not about denying benefits to anyone. In fact, their argument only applies to taxpayer-funded benefits and not to the private sector. If Proposition 107 fails, any person will be able to demand and receive benefits paid for by the taxpayer for any other person living with them. This would mean that Kyrsten Sinema could have any of her “partners” on the public dole.
- It is equally important to elect Len Munsil as Governor. If you don’t want the Arizona Supreme Court to pervert Arizona’s institution of marriage, you have to vote for Len Munsil. The Governor of Arizona appoints the justices to the Arizona Supreme Court. Imagine a second Napolitano administration giving the opportunity to leftist renegade judges to twist Arizona’s current definition of marriage. Electing Len Munsil as Governor will ensure our Supreme Court will honor and respect thousands of years of traditional marriage.
The ruling in New Jersey is a warning shot across the bow of Arizona’s ship of state. In the 13 days ahead, let’s all get out and work hard to pass Proposition 107 and elect Len Munsil so we don’t have to wake up on November 8th to a state of moral confusion.