Here in Wisconsin, where the corporate special interests do have a majority hold on the Supreme Court, they don't need no stinking Constitution. And since these bigoted laws obviously cannot be defended in a court of law, our Wisconsin Supreme Corporate Court just won't let the case be heard, so that it doesn't have to be defended:
But according to online court records, the court denied the "petition for original action" on Thursday, with Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson and Justice Ann Walsh Bradley dissenting. No written opinions were issued.Obviously, these same sex marriages are a threat to the sanctity of marriage. And if you don't believe that, just ask people like Robin Vos or Charlie Sykes, who have celebrated the sanctity of marriage several times each. In fact, they find marriage so sanctified that they couldn't even wait to celebrate before they were married to their next wives.
In a written statement, the plaintiffs called the decision frustrating.
"In the last few weeks, throughout the nation, there has been great momentum in providing same-sex couples the right to marry. We were very hopeful the Wisconsin Supreme Court would at least hear our case. We think today is also a sad day for the State of Wisconsin."
They said they hope similar challenges on the Wisconsin ban will succeed and thanked people for the support they received.