A typical whine from Charlie Butts at OneNewsNow:
On Thursday, the New Jersey Senate ended the chance for approval of homosexual “marriage” [sic] in the legislature, but the fight to push the measure through continues.
…[D]espite the defeat, says Greg Quinlan of New Jersey Family First, homosexuals will continue to push for approval. “The homosexual lobby has threatened now to go back to the New Jersey Supreme Court to have them change the definition of marriage as courts have imposed it in other states like Iowa and Massachusetts,” he explains.
Not taking “no” for an answer? You betcha! And why would that be, Greg? Well, you see, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in 2006 (Lewis v. Harris) that it’s unconstitutional to give lesser rights to same-sex couples and deferred to the Legislature to correct the problem. The legislature shirked its responsibility, and so now, we go back to the courts.
Let us know if there’s anything else we need to clear up for you people.