Twitter Reacts to Supreme Court’s Gay Marriage Rulings
As expected, Twitter overflowed with commentary when the Supreme Court issued its gay marriage rulings this morning. A roundup of commentary from Philadelphia and around the nation:
Only a real misanthropist to can get churlish about the prospect of weddings.
— Will Wilkinson (@willwilkinson) June 26, 2013
Gay Men's Chorus of DC singing national anthem outside SCOTUS
— Matt Katz (@mattkatz00) June 26, 2013
More like NO-MA, amirite?
— Michele Grant (@opadit) June 26, 2013
DOMA? More like DONTA amirite
— Nick Vadala (@njvadala) June 26, 2013
Tax accountants weep at today’s news, as married gays and lesbians no longer need to file three returns.
— Glenn Fleishman (@GlennF) June 26, 2013
There are still 31 states that have constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage, and today's SCOTUS decision doesn't change that.
— McKay Coppins (@mckaycoppins) June 26, 2013
— Chip Chantry (@ChipChantry) June 26, 2013
I truly hope somewhere, Rick Santorum is crying miserably into his sweater-vest. #DOMA
— Felicia D'Ambrosio (@Feliciafied) June 26, 2013
Tears and beer at The Stonewall. pic.twitter.com/ty8niDgEyV
— Anna Sale (@annasale) June 26, 2013
— Emma Jacobs (@ecjacobs) June 26, 2013
#DOMA's repeal is great … just in the military alone, it enhances readiness.
— Joe Sestak (@JoeSestak) June 26, 2013
Sobbing uncontrollably in the cafe. #SCOTUS
— Virginia C McGuire (@vcmcguire) June 26, 2013
Not everybody was happy, though:
Gah! #SCOTUS decision is gay.
— Krishn Kaushik (@Krishn_) June 26, 2013
RIP AMERICA! #SCOTUS
— Alexi Kudej (@AKudej25) June 26, 2013
— Youxia88 (@Youxia88) June 26, 2013
— Proud American (@Sanddragger) June 26, 2013
— Dennis Byram (@DennisByram) June 26, 2013
God defined marriage at the dawn of time as one man and one woman. What God has defined, the Supreme Court may not redefine.
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanJFischer) June 26, 2013