Mat Staver was the guest on “WallBuilders Live” today as he, Rick Green, and David Barton discussed the importance of the issue of judges in this upcoming election by highlighting various recent Supreme Court decisions that had been decided by 5-4 margins.
After Staver rattled off several cases that were decided by close votes, Barton piped up to declare that the Lawrence v. Texas case was also a 5-4 decision. Barton was wrong, as usual; it was a 6-3 decision.
But then again what do you expect from someone who absurdly claims that in this case the Supreme Court ruled that everything that is consensual is constitutional … even eleven year old girls having sex with ninety-five year old men:
Lawrence v. Texas was a 5-4 decision and that’s the one that gave the whole foundation for gay marriage because the court there said “look, here’s the new deal: if it’s consensual, it’s constitutional.”
So if an eleven year-old girl says she wants to have sex with a ninety-five year-old guy and they both consent, that’s constitutional?
Now wait a minute; if five guys want to marry one girl and they consent, that’s constitutional?
So what happened is that decision was a 5-4 decision that has opened the door to what we’re seeing now not only with gay marriage but with what they’re calling polyamorous marriages and open marriages and so many other things because the premise is that if everybody agrees, it’s fine. And that’s a wild decision.