The crazy is strong in Utah

First we have people starving themselves in order to deny liberty to others, now we have elected officials conveying a bizarrely opposite definition of freedom.


Billed as a call for an uprising, opponents of same-sex marriage gathered for a meeting in Highland on Saturday. 

Former Graham County, Ariz., Sheriff Richard Mack spoke about issues concerning the U.S. Constitution, including same-sex marriage. 

Mack says that since it appears that Herbert and other elected leaders have failed at their jobs, it’s up to law enforcement and everyday citizens to deny same-sex marriage. 

“The people of Utah have rights, too, not just the homosexuals. The homosexuals are shoving their agenda down our throats,” Mack said. 

Cherilyn Eager, who helped organize the event, says that it’s time for the citizens of Utah to speak up for their rights. 

“We need people to stand up and speak out. We need to get noisy. We need some outrage,” Eager said. ”It is about the sheriffs now coming out to protect the people. 

Mack says that the federal government’s ruling doesn’t overrule Utah’s laws.
“That’s a lie. That’s an absolute lie. We have a right to raise our kids without homosexuals being part of the Boy Scouts, the schools and teachers and doing everything. They can be all that, but don’t shove your agenda down my kid’s throat. We have a right to raise our kids how we want not how you want,” Mack said.

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How does someone, who might otherwise come across as moderately intelligent…..come to a conclusion that an action unrelated to their own life and livelihood, is both a threat to their liberty and and that their opposition is in the interest of freedom?

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