Gay Marriage Ruling: Twitter Reacts

And (on social media, anyway) there was much rejoicing.

Taking the temperature of Twitter as news spreads that a federal judge has struck down Pennsylvania’s ban on gay marriage:

Whitewood clients Ed and David speaking with reporters after the decision! #DecisionDayPAFollow

Not everybody was on board. Truthfully — we’re not trying to put our thumbs on the scale here — those voices were a little harder to find on Twitter.

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  • GuessWho

    so what, you flipped courts via the homosexual lobby – at the end of the day, only THREE count them THREE states ever passed homosexual marriage via a vote – the rest were done via judicial fiat – like ABORTION – homosexual marriage is EXACTLY like the abortion debate in America now – divisive, poisonous, and as toxic a conversation to have have now as it was then. The Homosexual Cult demands you call homogamy “marriage,” like The Taliban demands you call Mohammed “God’s prophet.” They’re totalitarian, anti-American, anti-intellectual and they’re as power hungry and bigoted as any fanatical group in America.

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    • Dylan MacKinnon

      You know what else was decided through the courts, desegregation.m sorry if people being able to live a happy private life makes you feel uncomfortable and tests your religon or whatever idiotic complaint you may have about it, but human rights cannot be denied. Nobody gets hurt when two men or two women get married, so I do not see the issue.

    • JeffWest

      As the judge pointed out, just because it makes you uncomfortable doesn’t make it unconstitutional. The problem isn’t in the laws, it’s in your heart. And only you can fix that–you could start by getting out more.

  • Sensible Man

    I am very disappointed in this ruling. The homosexual lifestyle is wrong regardless of what the liberal media says. As Christians we still love homosexuals as people, but we do not and will not condone their immoral lifestyle. The desires of a few should not override the values of the majority. If preceding generations had adopted this lifestyle none of us would be here.