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what a card

I don’t know who Orson Scott Card is, but he wrote a funny essay:

The Massachusetts Supreme Court has not yet declared that “day” shall now be construed to include that which was formerly known as “night,” but it might as well.

By declaring that homosexual couples are denied their constitutional rights by being forbidden to “marry,” it is treading on the same ground.

Do you want to know whose constitutional rights are being violated? Everybody’s. Because no constitution in the United States has ever granted the courts the right to make vast, sweeping changes in the law to reform society.

Ha ha.

I now conclude my facetious interpretation of his essay as humor so that I can call him a complete tard: This guy is a complete tard.