Thursday, July 31, 2014

Governor McAuliffe Statement on Ruling in Bostic v. Rainey Case

English: Protesters for gay marriage at the 20...
English: Protesters for gay marriage (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Governor Terry McAuliffe released the following statement in response to the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling in Bostic v. Rainey striking down Virginia’s ban on gay marriage:

“I am overjoyed by the news that, as a result of today’s ruling, Virginia will become a state where two people who love each other can get married regardless of their sexual orientation. This is a historic ruling for our Commonwealth, and its effect will affirm once again that Virginia is a state that is open and welcoming to all.

“I want to thank Attorney General Mark Herring for his leadership in this case, and all of the men and women who fought for years to make this day a reality. Progress does not always come as quickly as we hope it will, but today is yet another example of how justice, equality and the people who fight for those values will always persevere in the end.” 

Our Notes:  If you have never read a history book that explains how great civilizations were torn down and destroyed, you do not have to, it's being played out right in front of your eyes right now.

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