Letters to the Editor

No Supreme Justice

Dear Editor: If the U.S. Supreme Court had not interfered with true democracy, the citizens of the USA could have continued to democratically vote for or against same-sex marriage. Instead, a majority of one dictator ordered all Americans to accept their anti-scientific belief system. It does take a man and a woman to have a child; just as it takes a woman and a man to make a marriage.

Until now, marriage had been the government’s best attempt to guarantee that every child might have a Mom and Dad to care for her or him.

A man cannot be a mom; nor a woman a dad. Anything else is not true; it’s an illusion or a delusion.

To what court can a child appeal now? There is none in America! How sad for everyone involved; how life-lastingly sad!

This one decision has created a devastating impact on the world’s opinion of American Justice. It shows how supremely unjust that Court can be and it is a powerful reminder of just how unjust the Court was when it voted for the continued slavery of black people (1857) and for the slaughter of persons of all races yet-to-be-born (1973).

Supreme Justice can only come from God – the author of science and music; of love and Life; of parents and children; of joy and all living things; and of hope and change for the Better. Only God is Supreme; and our highest Court has proven, once again, that it is not.


Hopewell Junction, N.Y.