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National Organization for Marriage

Dear Marriage Supporter, "It's not the way our system is supposed to work.... The very form of our government, a republican form of government, is at stake." I said these words in an interview with NBC this week in response to the Supreme Court's move on Monday to skirt the issue of marriage and to leave standing several egregious lower court decisions that trampled the will of tens of millions of voters and imposed a radical redefinition of marriage upon their home states. This is not democracy: it is judicial tyranny. We need to act—now! Please take a moment immediately to contact Congress and demand support for an amendment to the Constitution of the United States that will preserve and protect marriage as the union of one man and one woman! Legislative efforts to amend our Constitution to protect marriage are already underway. In the House, this initiative is being led by Representative Tim Huelskamp of Kansas. In the Senate, it is being spearheaded by Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. Passing such an amendment is the only sure way of preventing unelected, activist judges from usurping the powers that belong rightly to the people and imposing their own radical agenda across America. Take a minute right now to send a strong message to Congress demanding immediate action to curtail this judicial activism run amok. Urge them to support Congressman Huelskamp's and Senator Cruz's efforts to preserve and protect marriage! The Supreme Court's unconscionable evasion on Monday of this week is only the latest hammer to fall upon the very foundations of our system of government, and we can rest assure that the chipping away of our constitutional liberties will continue in the weeks and months to come unless action is taken right now! We have judges willfully misreading the Constitution and binding precedent to appease a radical lobby with powerful funding from Hollywood. We have states' executives abandoning their constitutional oaths and refusing to defend and uphold the law. We have legislatures pressing not only for the redefinition of marriage, but of family and of gender! It is already coming to pass that marriage between a man and a woman is being called an intrinsically unequal institution, and taught in our schools to be the equivalent of bigoted racist laws from America's dark past. It is already being urged that any restrictions upon "consenting relationships" on the part of government must be done away with—that anyone should be able to marry, in any arrangement they see fit, whether it be three or more people or even marriage to neself! Marriage Supporter, I'll say it plainly: marriage is on the ropes, and our principles of government are taking a beating as well. That's why I need you to ACT NOW and DEMAND action from Congress to put a halt to the legal chaos that has been thrust upon us by the radical same-sex ‘marriage' movement. And we need to recruit others to our work as well. So, please, after you've taken action today, click on these buttons and share this email with everyone you know who cares about the future of our great nation... who still believes that marriage is a good and wholesome thing and not a bigoted or evil institution... who acknowledges the plain truth that kids deserve a mom and dad.

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Facebook This Tweet This Email This Share on LinkedIn Our resolve is not lessened by the Supreme Court's disgraceful abdication this week. We are strengthened in our determination to fight—and to win! But you are the critical asset without which we cannot do what we know must be done in this pivotal moment. Please help us by doing your part today. It is, as always, my honor and privilege to stand with you in this fight. Faithfully,
Brian S Brown
Brian S. Brown
President
National Organization for Marriage
Brian Brown

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