Thursday, March 30, 2006

Massachusetts "not a Las Vegas for `same-sex marriage'". Yet.

BOSTON --The court that made Massachusetts the first state to legalize gay marriage ruled Thursday that same-sex couples from other states where gay marriage [sic] is prohibited cannot marry here.


You mean the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court can't tell other states what to do???


Gov. Mitt Romney applauded the ruling.

"We don't want Massachusetts to become the Las Vegas of same-sex marriage," he said.

"It's important that other states have the right to make their own determination of marriage and not follow the wrong course that our Supreme Judicial Court put us on."

Here's a thought.

Why not repeal the Supreme Judicial Court's "landmark decision" and be the bleep done with it?

Or — is this constitutional? — simply axe the members of the court who made this decision in the first place?