The Supreme Court is refusing to hear a case from Florida about a law preventing homosexual couples from adopting.
I feel like they should have taken this case. Not becuase the law is bad. But becuase I would have liked for them to have decided that homosexual couples cannot adopt becuase they cannot marry. Then I would have liked to see them take a same-sex marriage case and say that marriage is an institution that has historically been there to protect child rearing, and since homosexuals can't necessarily adopt, there's no reason why states have to give them the ability to marry.
And I want the same person (preferably Scalia) to write both opinions.
Any way we can make this happen?
cranked out at 2:25 PM | |
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