Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Tell the Supreme Court to uphold state's rights

I have an important update from the frontlines of the battle to defend Real Marriage.

The Supreme Court announced last Friday they will hear an appeal of the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that upheld the rights of Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio to define marriage.

Arguments are expected to be heard and a ruling announced by the end of the court's session in June.

There's no way to sugarcoat this.

If the Supreme Court overturns the 6th Circuit's ruling, "homosexual marriage" will be the law of the land in all 50 states.

It's going to be an uphill battle.

And I'm counting on your support for Public Advocate as I spearhead our efforts to restore Real Marriage in America.

The 9 justices who will be hearing this case are the very same justices who twice before undermined the legal foundation of Real Marriage, starting with the June, 2013 ruling that gutted the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

Pro-Family Americans are also fighting against the likes of Attorney General Eric Holder, who has announced he will file an amicus brief advocating for the 6th Circuit's ruling to be overturned.

But there is a reason for hope.

If the Supreme Court upholds the 6th Circuit's ruling, the 33 states that have been forced to comply with the Homosexual Lobby's redefinition of marriage by judicial fiat will have legal grounds to restore their laws defending Real Marriage.

To say this is a watershed moment wouldn't do it justice.

That's why my staff and I are already working on Public Advocate's own amicus brief to file with the Supreme Court to halt the redefinition of marriage by judicial fiat.

But Public Advocate's efforts don't stop there.

I'm counting on your support to pass the State Marriage Defense Act so pro-Family Americans can take charge in this fight on every front.

As always, I'll keep you updated on this important court battle.

And I'm counting on your quick response when I must mobilize Public Advocate's nationwide grassroots army.

For the Family,

President, Public Advocate of the U.S.

P.S. If you haven't become a citizen cosponsor of the State Marriage Defense Act, please click here to sign your pledge right away.

And once you've signed, please chip in $10 or $20 to help defray the legal costs and staff expenses of filing our Supreme Court amicus brief and fighting the radical Homosexual Lobby.

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