Tuesday, December 9, 2008

gay rights are not a matter of constitutional relativism

Textualist, activist, textualist, activist...

Aside from my own humble opinions concerning judicial philosophy and the schools of jurisprudence (which I have yet to unfold to my readers...but it's in the oven), the fact of the matter is that gay rights do not fall under a relativist rendering of the Constitution--but pleasantly reside under the original intent of equal protection under the law.

The Huffington Post featured a long rant on the matter, which you may read here.

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