How To Preach Against Gays If The Supreme Court Ever Says You Can’t

Here is the outline for a sermon against Gays if the Supreme Court ever says you can’t preach against Gays:

1. A Gay person is supposed to be someone who can’t help themself. There is no proof such people exist. The so-called 1973 proof and later proofs were all written by Gays; so, what did you expect them to say.

2. If Gay people existed, there would still be Gay-perverts, people who simply choose to act like beasts engaging in perverse acts. This is the key point.

3. If Gay people existed, we would not condemn them but we would still condemn Gay-perverts.

WARNING: DO NOT LET THE SUPREME COURT GO THAT FAR. IT IS TIME TO FIRE THE LIBERAL MEMBERS OF THE SUPREME COURT!

Evolutionists Are Two-Faced

In daily life, evolutionists go about saying evolution is a fact but before the Supreme Court they say evolution is merely a theoretical model.

Time To Clean House At The Supreme Court

It is time to remove Justice Kennedy and the fully liberal Justices from the Supreme Court for their pro pervert decisions because of their willful gross incompetence in evaluating research on human sexuality and discrimination in favor of perverts.

Warning To Some Supreme Court Justices

To Some Supreme Court Justices:

If you make even one decision forbidding us from condemning Gay-perverts:

We will remove you from office.

Have Some Supreme Court Justices Really Discriminated In Favor Of Gay-Perverts?

Have some Supreme Court Justices really discriminated in favor of Gay-perverts? Well, listen to someone who should know, Justice Antonin Scalia. Justice Scalia said that the Supreme Court has:

…largely signed on to the so-called homosexual agenda.

What Should Be Our Policy On Gay-perverts?

What should be our political stance on Gay-perverts?

  1. We should not investigate them.
  2. Leaders, teachers, educators, etc. that seek to brainwash our children into believing being a Gay-pervert is normal should be stopped by any means whatsoever, short of maiming or killing these brainwashers.
  3. People should be educated in the truth about Gay-perverts and Gay-pervert activists from the public record – Satinover, Laumann, APA legal briefs, etc., etc.
  4. Supreme Court Justices that have discriminated in favor of Gay-perverts should be removed from office.
  5. Laws in favor of Gay-perverts should be rescinded (reversed).

Firing Justice Kennedy & His Friends

Today, we plant the seed to remove Justice Kennedy and his friends from the Supreme Court. The charges are:

Willful gross incompetence in evaluating research on human sexuality and discrimination in favor of perverts.

Justice Kennedy’s Stupidity

Justice Kennedy wrote, “The state cannot demean their [Gays’] existence or control their destiny by making their private sexual conduct a crime.”  His stupidity is, in part, in affirming “their [Gays’] existence.”  Understand what Justice Kennedy was saying.  He was saying that Gays exist; that is, that Gays can’t help themselves.  Why, then, Justice Kennedy, do 99+% of “Gay men” sleep with women (see Satinover for proof [data]; search Satinover on the phrase “less than 1% do not” without the quotes)?

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Can A Supreme Court Justice Be Removed From Office?

Can a Supreme Court Justice be removed from office?  Yes, a Supreme Court Justice may be impeached by the House of Representatives and, then, removed from office by the Senate for the same types of offenses that would trigger proceedings against any other government official under Article I and II of the Constitution.

Willful gross incompetence in evaluating research on human sexuality and discrimination in favor of perverts are such offenses.

Important Supreme Court Pervert Decisions

One, Inc. v. Olesen (1958)

The U.S. Post Office and the FBI deemed One: The Homosexual Magazine, a lesbian, gay, and bisexual publication, obscene, and as such could not be delivered via U.S. mail. The publishers of the magazine sued, and lost both the first case and the appeal.  The Supreme Court accepted the case and reversed it, marking the first time the Supreme Court ruled in favor of homosexuals.

Bowers v. Hardwick (1986)

The Supreme Court ruled 5–4 that consenting adults do not have a constitutional right to engage in homosexual acts in private, upholding a Georgia law.  The majority said the “right of privacy” under the Due Process Clause does not give homosexuals the right to engage in sodomy.  The “right to privacy” protects intimate marital and familial relations, but the Court said it does not cover gay sodomy because “no connection between family, marriage, or procreation on the one hand and homosexual activity on the other has been demonstrated.”  This decision, considered a serious blow to the gay-rights movement, was overturned in 2003’s Lawrence v. Texas decision.

Romer v. Evans (1996)

In a 6–3 decision, the Supreme Court struck down Colorado’s Amendment 2, which denied gays and lesbians protections against discrimination, calling them “special rights.”  According to Justice Anthony Kennedy, “We find nothing special in the protections Amendment 2 withholds.  These protections . . . constitute ordinary civil life in a free society.”

Boy Scouts of America v Dale (2000)

In another setback to the gay-rights movement, the Court ruled 5–4, that the Boy Scouts of America have a constitutional right to ban gays because the organization’s opposition to homosexuality is part of its “expressive message.”

Lawrence v. Texas (2003)

The Supreme Court, 6–3, overruled a Texas sodomy law and voted 5–4 to overturn 1986’s Bowers v. Hardwick decision.  “The state cannot demean their [gays’] existence or control their destiny by making their private sexual conduct a crime,” wrote Justice Kennedy in the majority opinion.  In his dissent to Lawrence v. Texas, Justice Scalia said the court has “largely signed on to the so-called homosexual agenda.”

United States v. Windsor (2013)

The Supreme Court ruled that the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional.  In a 5 to 4 vote, the court ruled that DOMA violated the rights of gays and lesbians.  The court also ruled that the law interferes with the states’ rights to define marriage.  It was the first case ever on the issue of gay marriage for the Supreme Court.  Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. voted against striking it down as did Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas.  However, conservative-leaning Justice Anthony M. Kennedy voted with his liberal colleagues to overturn DOMA.

Hollingsworth v. Perry (2013)

The Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage opponents in California did not have standing to appeal the lower court ruling that overturned the state’s ban, known as Proposition 8.  The ruling will remove legal battles for same-sex couples wishing to marry in California. However, the ruling did not directly affect other states.

Can The Supreme Court Be Stupid?

Can the Supreme Court be stupid?  Yes.  It started in 1973 when they were presented falsified research by Gay activists and, then, based on that research, made their decision that began the decline of America.  For details, see The “Trojan Couch”.

For more information, see elsewhere on our website, the United States Psychiatric Association, and Gay Is Not.