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Protecting Wisconsin 2006 Marriage Amendmentbetween just one man and one woman

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Abstract

The assault made on the Wis. Const. amend. art. XIII, § 13, by the same-sex idea of marriage must end, and traditional marriage between just one man and one woman only is to be upheld in the United States of America; liberal federal judges have no right to make any law[s] according to U.S.Const. art. III, for U.S Const. art. I § 8.cl.1-20 even says that the federal government is very limited. Therefore the federal government is also limited in the jurisdiction of what it can do. The assault by same-sex marriage cases in federal court is a direct violation of U.S. Const.amend.X, and U.S.Const. amend I.  Avery clear cases of the assault on Wis. Const. amend. art. XIII, § 13 by same-sex marriage. It demands that the federal government is the only type of government that can determine whether same-sex marriage is to be legal, and not should not be up to the federal judges.  This should be up to the States like it has been, for if U.S. Const. amend. X is okay for the States that has made same-sex legal then it is legal for States like Wisconsin to do the same, for the United State Constitution is the same for all States not a select few.  The State of Wisconsin has the right to say no to same-sex marriage. 

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