Rep. Kinzinger(RINO-IL): Gay Marriage Is The Law Of The Land, Get Used To It

[mc_name name='Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL)' chamber='house' mcid='K000378' ](R-IL)
[mc_name name=’Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’K000378′ ](R-IL)

Illinois RINO congressman Adam Kinzinger finally broke his silence on the Supreme Courts ruling last Friday that nationalized same sex marriage, telling 1440 WROK Wednesday morning that “Gay marriage is the law of the land” and that it is something people will just have to get used to.

In typical establishment RINO fashion Kinzinger also said that the Supreme Courts role and decision had to be respected vis-a-vis the Constitution and that no effort should be made to counter or undo, and heaven forbid punish the Supreme Courts trampling of the 10th amendment and complete bastardization of the 14th amendment.

Naturally Kinzinger wouldn’t lend his support to calls by [mc_name name=’Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)’ chamber=’senate’ mcid=’C001098′ ](judicial retention elections), Gov. Scott Walker(amendment making marriage a state issue), and others such as myself who have been calling for an Article V Convention of States to implement Mark Levin’s Liberty Amendments when it comes to the Supreme Court(term limits and state and congressional veto of SCOTUS rulings) as Kinzinger has long been opposed to any use of Article V(or Article I powers) to slow the cultural rot of this nation and to put the brakes on the militant lefts attempts to change the meaning and definition of a word; marriage.

Kinzinger: “We see the next generation is overwhelmingly supportive of gay marriage and by the way overwhelmingly pro-life too…There are many of us who believe in traditional marriage, that believe this is a state decision. I’ve opposed federal bans on gay marriage. I believe that’s something that should be decided at the state level, but then again, look the Supreme Court has spoken…If we respect the Constitution of the United States we have to respect the role the Supreme Court played and they made a decision whether I agree with that decision or not it appears gay marriage is the law of the land and I think that’s something we’re going to have to get used to.”

cross posted from USofArn.com

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