Does it seem like some recent Supreme Court decisions are perfumed?
Supreme Court Justice Kennedy stated this in his ruling on gay marriage.
“No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family.”
If he is right, the Supreme Court may have taken the first step to reduce the STD epidemic in the USA. Sexual fidelity may help reduce the current epidemic of HIV and a host of other STD.
If you are now wondering what STD epidemic is in the USA. read the reports I have linked below which are issued by the US Government CDC Center for Disease Control. These reports never seem to be headlined in the news for some reason that I frankly cannot comprehend.
For example, 1 in 4 people in America or 65 million Americans now have a STD. 19 million new cases are reported every year.
Since the Supreme Court has now decided marriage is a right even though no mention of marriage was ever made in the Constitution or Amendments, perhaps now the Supreme Court will take the second step.
The second step would be to now interpret the Constitutional Rights of taxpayers who are now paying the majority of medical costs for anyone who engages in voluntary sex and contracts a STD. If the STD is HIV, it will cost about $500,000 in the victim’s lifetime.
In other words, if you do not practice fidelity in marriage, or you like to play around, you must pay. Why not? Anything can qualify to be a lawful Right in the USA nowadays according to the recent interpretations of some of our idealistic activist Supreme Court members.
If you are also wondering what King Solomon has to do with this, I have included a reference link of Ecclesiastes 10 for your information. If you decide to read it, think of what he stated occurs in in the first verse of Ecclesiastes 10 when a country is governed by fools in power.
As dead flies give perfume a bad smell,
so a little folly outweighs wisdom and honor.
As for the rest of the Chapter versus, in my opinion, what he described three thousand years ago also has a bearing on what seems to be happening in the USA today.
“fools put in high positions.”
Not all of the justices and politicians are fools thankfully, only some of them. You can decide which ones are wise and which are fools in the next election except for the Supreme Court. In my opinion, it is time for term limits on them too.
As for gay marriage, time will tell in the STD statistics if gay marriage was a wise or foolish decision because the majority of STD is the result of the lack of fidelity of sexual couples and the foolishness of engaging in sex without protective devices according to the CDC.
Let us all now pray Kennedy’s ideals of marriage are right about fidelity occurring in gay marriages. However, I have my doubts based on the one of the statistics reported in a reference link below.
Regards and goodwill blogging.