"All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void." - Marbury v Madison 1803.

Repugnant – distasteful, offensive, disgusting. Contradictory, incompatible, inconsistent.

Null
- without value, effect, consequence, or significance.

Void - having no legal force or effect; not legally binding or enforceable; useless, ineffectual, vain.

Therefore, all laws inconsistent with the Constitution are without value or effect and have no legal force or effect and are useless, ineffectual and unenforceable.

Or, as Saint Augustine so aptly warned us, "an unjust law is no law at all."

Let me ask you a question: If the government passed a law saying that parents had the right to kill their three year old sons, would that be a valid, just law? Would we be duty bound to follow it?

If the government passed a law that said that workers were entitled to keep 10% of what they earned and that the rest was to be "withheld" by your employer and given to the government, would it be a valid law? What if they said you could keep 70% and the government got the rest? Where do we draw the line?

What if the "court" rules that a man had the legal right to marry his favorite animal? What if they told us that we could marry as many different species as we wanted? What if they told us that sex with 10-year-olds was "legal" and, in fact, some scumbag down the road had the right to "marry" your 10-year-old 5th grader without your approval? What if they declared that school principals were even allowed to conduct the ceremonies during school hours? Would that make it right?

Did you know that a "decision" or "opinion" by a court is not law? Congress makes laws. Courts render opinions. Opinions are…well…opinions. Judges give their opinions of what they think the law says.

For instance, the recent Obamacare "decision" from the Supreme Court was supported by five justices, while four justices had a dissenting "opinion." How can an opinion be enforceable? Especially an "opinion" so equally divided and strongly opposed?

In Alabama, 81% of the people voted that marriage is between one man and one woman. How can the "opinion" of five terrorists in black robes in Washington carry more weight than the "opinion" of millions of Alabama voters?

President Andrew Jackson, in a shot across the bow regarding a Supreme Court ruling in 1832, famously said, "John Marshall has made his decision, now let him enforce it." President Jackson ignored the decision that the Supreme Court handed down.

Sorry, I know that I am all over the place with this communication, so let me try to bring it together.

The United States is veering aimlessly off course because we have lost control of our government. This has happened partly because we have ceded to the courts law-making powers that they were simply not intended to possess.

A COURT DECISION IS NOT A LAW! Do you understand that? Roe v Wade is not the law of the land. Roe v Wade was an opinion handed down by judges. Judges and courts do not make laws, they merely render opinions.

Did you know that the Supreme Court once rendered the opinion that black men were inferior to whites? Did you know that the Supreme Court once ruled that women had no legal right to vote? Did you know that, as recently as 1986, the Supreme Court ruled that there was no right to homosexual sodomy?

Friends, courts only offer opinions. Opinions can change when judges change. The law cannot be changed by a "judge." If that were the case, our "laws" would be as constantly changing as the "judges" are.

If "judges" ruled that sodomy was illegal in 1986, how did sodomy become "legal" today? Did the law change, or did the "opinions" of the "judges" change?

Here is my point: All the hubbub over homosexual marriage is a cleverly designed smoke screen. Who cares what the Supreme Court says? They are merely rendering their "opinion." The people of Alabama and 30 other states have already spoken on this issue. No court "opinion" can nullify the vote of the people. Did anyone vote to give Kagan, Sotomayor, and Ginsburg the power to change the institution of marriage? I don't think so, Tim!

Who do they think they are? No wait…who do we think they are? Do you really believe that the opinions of five political hacks on the Supreme Court trump the will of 81% of the citizens in Alabama? I think not. At some point, this is gonna get ugly…and I believe we are nearing that point.

The right to get "married" based solely on who one chooses to copulate with is one of the most short-sighted "opinions" in the history of the world. Liberty is not licentiousness. You have no God-given right to do that which is wrong.

Homosexual marriage is not now, nor will it ever be, "legal" in America. You know it, I know it, and, heck, even the homosexuals know it. They don't want to get married…they just want to destroy marriage.

At some point, if we are to remain free, we are going to have to cast off the chains of government. That's what our forefathers did. That is what they told us we would have to do.

Jefferson told us, "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure." What do you suppose he meant by that?

"Are you proposing violence, Coach Dave?" I hear you asking. Of course not. What a foolish assumption to make. I am, however, proposing resolute, peaceful resistance. I am proposing open defiance against the tyrannical arm of government. I am proposing that Christians obey God rather than man.

Metaphorically speaking, Montgomery, Alabama, will be the Gettysburg of Gay Marriage after the Supreme Court hands down their tyrannical "opinion" in defiance of the will of the people of Alabama and in direct conflict with the Supreme Court Justice of the Universe.

The question is, what will the people of America do? Will they obediently acquiesce to the un-Constitutional edicts of the homsexualists on the Supreme Court, or will they, as their forefathers did, stand in open defiance to a tyrannical, over-reaching, amoral Federal Government?

I am reminded of a monument that you will find commemorating what took place at Lexington, Massachusetts, on April 19, 1775. Carved into stone are these immortal words of Captain John Parker, the lead elder at the assembly of Pastor Jonas Clark, who ordered the men from his congregation to rise and resist the Redcoats:

"Stand your ground. Don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here."

Not one of our key "cultural" issues has ever been changed by a vote of the people. Abortion, marriage, prayer in schools, sodomy laws, free speech…they've all been "changed" by "court opinions."

In summary, courts offer opinions. Legislatures and we the people make the laws. Supreme Court decisions are not laws—they simply tell us that they are.

Defy them! Nullify them! Tell the Supreme Court to go pound sand!

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