League supports Alabama Sanctity of Marriage Amendment

Alabama State flagThe League of the South News Service

28 January 2015

Re: Support for Alabama’s Sanctity of Marriage Amendment

For immediate release

The League of the South, the premier Southern nationalist organization, supports Chief Justice Roy Moore and other elected State officials in their defense of Alabama’s Sanctity of Marriage Amendment.

That amendment, favored by well over 80% of Alabama citizens, was recently challenged by federal judge Callie Granade of the US District Court for the Southern District of Alabama. Judge Granade believes that Alabama should be forced to recognize and accept homosexual “marriage.”

The Alabama Constitution makes clear that the State of Alabama recognizes the Biblical origins and sacred nature of the institution of marriage. The US federal government has no legal authority to meddle in this holy institution that pairs a man and woman and represents the building block of our society.

To profane such a holy institution by applying it to homosexuals is not only against the law and an affront to the will of the people of Alabama; it is also an abomination to God.

We encourage Chief Justice Moore, Governor Robert Bentley, Alabama’s Probate Judges, and all other elected officials to stand firm against this federal diktat.

We in The League see this as just another of the many reasons the State of Alabama and her sister Southern States ought to be free and independent of Washington, DC.

Our members stand ready to defend the honor of our noble State.

For further information, call 1-800-888-3163 or e-mail <jmichhill@cs.com>.

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