12 RINO SENATORS IGNORE CONSTITUTENTS, VOTE TO REDEFINE MARRIAGE
Delgaudio warned supporters in an email message early this morning:
This bill was rushed through the House in a single day by Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
If this bill is signed into law, it will completely destroy any standard or definition for marriage.
People will be allowed to marry buildings, cats, or even themselves!
Even marriages to children will be legalized...
And the nation will be forced to recognize them.
Employers will have to treat these as legitimate unions with legitimate spouses.
Pastors will be entangled in one lawsuit after another for refusing to officiate these blasphemous "ceremonies."
And children everywhere will be taught that marriage is nothing more than a farce.
The bill is deceitfully titled "Respect for Marriage Act" - but there's nothing respectful about it.
It will destroy the institution of marriage, " said Delgaudio
The Senate on Wednesday voted to start debate on legislation that would codify same-sex marriage protections, paving the way for it to pass by the end of the week.
Senators voted 62-37 to advance the measure, with 12 Republicans joining with every Democrat in support. Lawmakers are expected to vote again tomorrow to invoke cloture, potentially setting up a final vote by the end of the week.........
A number of Republicans finally came on board to back the proposal after a group of five senators, headed by Baldwin and Susan Collins (R-Maine), unveiled an amendment on Monday that contained religious freedom provisions.
Along with Collins, GOP Sens. Rob Portman (Ohio), Thom Tillis (N.C.), Mitt Romney (Utah), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Roy Blunt (Mo.), Richard Burr (N.C.), Cynthia Lummis (Wyo.), Shelley Moore Capito (W.Va.), Dan Sullivan (Alaska), Joni Ernst (Iowa) and Todd Young (Ind.) voted to advance the proposal.
Only Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), who is stepping away from Washington to serve as president of the University of Florida, did not vote," the Hill reported.