Right for wrong reasons
A black-robed saboteur in Boston
has ruled the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act "unconstitutional". The buzz hasn't started just yet, but it's easy to predict that conservatives will spend the next few days blasting this decision.
They'll be wrong. Actually, despite his vicious Communist intentions, this black-robed saboteur has accidentally done the right thing.
DOMA was noble in its intent, but wouldn't have made any difference if a saboteur had decided to require "gay" "marriage" across the country.
By overruling DOMA, this particular saboteur has created a precedent
that no single federal standard can be imposed on the states.
Because saboteurs only obey other saboteurs, this new precedent
favoring federalism will be more effective than the mere legislation