House Will Defend Marriage Bill Abandoned by Obama


The U.S. House of Representatives says it will make sure the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act is decided by the courts – not by the president.

In a statement on Wednesday, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) said an advisory group of House leaders – including top-ranking Republicans and Democrats – has directed the House General Counsel “to initiate a legal defense” of the federal law, which defines marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

The Bipartisan Leadership Advisory Group — a five-member panel consisting of the speaker, majority leader, majority whip, minority leader and minority whip — has the authority to instruct the General Counsel to take legal action on behalf of the House of Representatives.

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That’s because the House is filled with discriminatory Christian Fundamentalists.

Or the fact the bill was passed by House, the Senate and signed by a then President Bill Clinton…

Aww, someone’s frumpy that the bill reinforces that Marriage is viewed by Islamic, Christian, Jewish, and other major religons as between a Man and a Woman only…

If Obama keeps ignoring such laws that were passed by his Democrat predcessors then he might end up with impeachment hearings.