by Garrett O’Brien, originally published 27-June-2015-06-27, updated 23-September-2022

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OK, Now What?

First, all the doomsayers and we’re-going-to-hell-in-a-pot-naysayers need to calm down.


No one can think clearly nor carry out a successful strategy by being emotional — the left does that very well for everyone else and we don’t need to be aiding and abetting them in their lack of good character.

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Supreme Court Decisions are just that – Decisions.

And decisions are not Judgments.

The rulings of SCOTUS have been abrogated (repealed) many times and we are not the first in wanting to do so — you can see a full listing of both overruled archive as well as abrogated archive SCOTUS decisions on Wikipedia.

As an additional resource, you can also download this PDF from the GPO (Government Printing Office) of SCOTUS decisions that were overruled by subsequent decisions (printed in 2014).

Not going to review any of them here, the above links will give you way more than enough fodder to keep calm as well as provide you some insights as well as direction into how the SCOTUS decisions were overruled.

Overview of the Supreme Court Justices

Let’s back up a bit by taking a look at who we have for Justices and how they arrived at the Supreme Court (the bold names are those who ruled Nay to the same-sex ruling) as well as provide an excerpt of those that ruled Nay to this opinion…

# Judge State Born Active service Appointed by
103 Antonin Scalia archive VA archive 1936 1986–present
(35–36 years)
Reagan archive
104 Anthony Kennedy archive CA archive 1936 1988–present
(33–34 years)
Reagan archive
106 Clarence Thomas archive GA archive 1948 1991–present
(30–31 years)
Bush, GHW. archive
107 Ruth Bader Ginsburg xx NY archive 1933 1993–present
(28–29 years)
Clinton archive
108 Stephen Breyer archive MA archive 1938 1994–present
(27–28 years)
Clinton archive
109 John G. Robertsarchive MD archive 1955 2005–present
(16–17 years)
Bush, GW archive
110 Samuel Alito archive NJ archive 1950 2006–present
(15–16 years)
Bush, GW archive
111 Sonia Sotomayor archive NY archive 1954 2009–present
(12–13 years)
Obama archive
112 Elena Kagan archive MA archive 1960 2010–present
(11–12 years)
Obama archive
Chief Justice archive since 2005


Excerpts of the Justices That Voted ‘Nay’

Chief Justice John Robert

Although the policy arguments for extending marriage to same-sex couples may be compelling, the legal arguments for requiring such an extension are not. The fundamental right to marry does not include a right to make a State change its definition of marriage. And a State’s decision to maintain the meaning of marriage that has persisted in every culture throughout human history can hardly be called irrational. In short, our Constitution does not enact any one theory of marriage. The people of a State are free to expand marriage to include same-sex couples, or to retain the historic definition.

Justice Antonin Scalia

It is not of special importance to me what the law says about marriage. It is of overwhelming importance, however, who it is that rules me. Today’s decree says that my Ruler, and the Ruler of 320 million Americans coast-to-coast, is a majority of the nine lawyers on the Supreme Court. The opinion in these cases is the furthest extension in fact— and the furthest extension one can even imagine—of the Court’s claimed power to create “liberties” that the Constitution and its Amendments neglect to mention.

Justice Clarence Thomas

The majority invokes our Constitution in the name of a “liberty” that the Framers would not have recognized, to the detriment of the liberty they sought to protect. Along the way, it rejects the idea—captured in our Declaration of Independence—that human dignity is innate and suggests instead that it comes from the Government. This distortion of our Constitution not only ignores the text, it inverts the relationship between the individual and the state in our Republic. I cannot agree with it.

Justice Samuel Alito

The Constitution says nothing about a right to same-sex marriage, but the Court holds that the term “liberty” in the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment encompasses this right. Our Nation was founded upon the principle that every person has the unalienable right to liberty, but liberty is a term of many meanings. For classical liberals, it may include economic rights now limited by government regulation. For social democrats, it may include the right to a variety of government benefits. For today’s majority, it has a distinctively postmodern meaning. To prevent five unelected Justices from imposing their personal vision of liberty upon the American people, the Court has held that “liberty” under the Due Process Clause should be understood to protect only those rights that are “‘deeply rooted in this Nation’s history and tradition.’” … And it is beyond dispute that the right to same-sex marriage is not among those rights.

You can read the entire SCOTUS opinion by downloading this PDF.


Incorrect Beliefs Always Create Incorrect Arguments

In Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan’s oral argument was this:

We don’t live in a pure democracy, we live in a constitutional democracy.

Her oral argument on this point is entirely incorrect and I will explain why I believe so in a moment.

Her statement is also indicative of how false beliefs and pretenses of the 5 Justices voting in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage at the federal level can lead to incorrect rulings.

My evidence is this…

In the 4 pillar documents of our country…

The Declaration of Independence

The U.S. Constitution

every U.S. State Constitution

Our Pledge of Allegiance

And I’ll throw in our National Anthem as well

NONE of the above have the word ‘democracy’ in them.

Our Founding Fathers established what form of government we have in Article IV archive of the United States Constitution archive

guarantee[s] to every State in this Union a Republican form of Government.

Our founding fathers were adamantly against any form of democracy due to its definition: pure mob rule wins (50% +1) and is unchangeable.


Anyone can find just how adamant our founding fathers were about democracy by going to and reading the original source documents written by their own hands during the time they were constructing our Constitution (do your own homework, you will learn and retain more that way 🙂 ).

We have also provided the history on this topic here…


Democracy means any one person can not challenge the laws that have been passed.

This is the very important trait of democracy many fail to learn, even Supreme Court Justices as evidenced by Kagan’s ignorant remarks (ignorant meaning you don’t know but are capable of learning – I am assuming Kagan can learn).

What we are is a Constitutional Republic — with a Democratic process.

A far cry from any form of Democracy.

Even Benjamin Franklin called our government a republic when questioned by a woman outside of Independence Hall…

The deliberations of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 were held in strict secrecy — consequently, anxious citizens gathered outside Independence Hall when the proceedings ended in order to learn what had been produced behind closed doors. The answer was provided immediately. A Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, ‘Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?’ With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, ‘A republic, if you can keep it’.

A republic is governed not by a majority but by laws that any ONE person can challenge.

That one difference is a huge difference as in a Democracy no one can challenge the majority.

Period (again).

A government process does necessarily define the nature of any sovereignty, yet how many keep embracing this fallacy?

When challenged they fall back on anything but testing that belief.

That is not validation nor conviction, that is defensiveness — plain and simple.

The Supreme Court may have ruled but our laws are set up for the people to rule, not Congress, not the Supreme Court, and definitely not the Executive Branch.

This is the difference that separates the Magna Carta from our Constitution.

When the people have had enough, and learn they still have the upper hand in any matter of our Congress, then they can and should take action to protect their liberty as well as their freedom.

Failing to do so will result in liberty lost — and totally irretrievable after which.

Only when the people understand and take this protective action against what the government is mandating against the will of the people is the government is in the position it should be — fearing the people and not ruling as politicians’ emotions dictate.

The Reality of It All

In states where same-sex marriage was permitted MOST gays DID NOT get married, despite all the hoopla the Main Stream Media was giving it all.

In the long run of it all,
and from the evidence so far,
same-sex lovers don’t care as much
about getting married
as they do about recognition.

However, even WITH the recognition,
does their anger disappear?

A good look at the headlines during the past decade gives a resounding, “No!”

As much as they SAY they embrace their lifestyle and want the right to be married, as much as they want to be recognized, same-sex lovers remain for the most part angry at society in general.

There is only one reason anyone getting what they want remains angry…

no matter WHAT their lifestyle…

no matter WHAT their education…

no matter WHAT their station in life…

That reason is conviction.

Anyone without conviction…

can’t find satisfaction over the long run…

cannot find joy over the long term …

cannot find peace with themselves over the long term…

As a result, they become even angrier and will be more in-your-face about what they are and what they want, no matter what and how much recognition they get.

Period (yet again).

They will not test their beliefs and will instead lash out at society for what they have done to themselves.

If We the People remain calm and do the right thing, then the only thing the 5 Supreme Court Justices did was to open up a Pandora’s Box that will only take even more pain, and more damage to close.

Knowledge without wisdom
is a load of books on the back of an ass…




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About Garrett O’Brien

Garrett is the owner of DecisiveLiberty.News. Formerly a Liberal then a Republican, Garrett has seen political parties by default look out for themselves and not the people. Garrett now focuses specifically on our Constitution as it is written. He uses Decisive Liberty as a platform to provide a voice to those that believe neither political party are protecting our Constitution nor our Rights to their fullest as our Founding Fathers wrote them in the First 10 Amendments. For the moment, Garrett resides in Brazil with his wife.

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