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  • Victory USA
    Oct 20, 2013

      Judges Behind Expediting
       A Sodomite America
      By Ron Branson
      VictoryUSA@...

      As we know, that God judged Sodom and Gomorrah for their sins against God in practicing homosexuality during the days of Abraham. Such incident was God's example of the coming judgment upon America, and all other nations who forget God! Psalms 9:17 clearly states, "The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget God. "And do we think America shall be exempt from such judgment?

      For those not realizing this fact, it is the judges who are engineering the homosexual movement today. Below is an example of how even in natural marriages have standards to be followed. The legislature of New Jersey established a law requiring a 72-hour waiting period between the acquisition of a Marriage License and the actual marriage. Such time allowed for such marriage to be challenged by an interested party. Nonetheless, the courts have have chosen to suspend the law with their decision to waive the adherence to this law so that homosexuals may proceed to the altar on an expedited bases. 

      http://www.nj.com/essex/index.ssf/2013/10/essex_judge_grants_waivers_allowing_same_sex_couple_to_bypass_72-hour_waiting_period.html

      Essex judge grants waivers allowing same sex couples to bypass 72-hour waiting period

      Essex County Superior Court Judge Patricia Costello ...began signing waivers tonight that will allow same-sex couples in New Jersey to skip the 72-hour waiting period required between obtaining a marriage license and actually getting married. ....

      By Naomi Nix/The Star-Ledger
      October 21, 2013

      After a lower court ruled that same-sex marriage was allowed in New Jersey, and after the state Supreme Court had denied a request to stay the ruling, gay couples across New Jersey wanted to be among the first to be wed.

      There was one small problem. State law requires a 72-hour waiting period between obtaining a marriage license and getting married. Licenses were only granted Friday afternoon, after the state Supreme Court handed down its ruling.

      That meant unless a couple had been married in another state — meaning they already had a license — they would have to wait until Monday afternoon, at the earliest, to marry.

      But for four Essex couples that problem was solved when Superior Court Judge Patricia Costello granted waivers.

      "I'm going to waive the 72-hour waiting period and you will be able to get married 12 o'clock Monday, Costello told longtime partners Gabriela Celeiro and Elizabeth Salerno inside her Essex County chambers tonight, clearing the last hurdle blocking provisional same-sex marriages in New Jersey.

      Celeiro and Salerno were one of four couples gathered inside Costello's courtroom tonight. The setting was hardly romantic, but the couples didn't seem to mind. They dressed up in suits and dresses, held hands, and stole glances at one another.

      Costello brought the couples up, one by one, to swear them in and confirm they needed the waiver.

      "Thank you," Celeiro and Salerno said to the judge in unison.

      "It was so exciting," Celeiro said after a clerk handed the couple their waiver.

      For the pair, the past weekend has been whirlwind of planning.

      "We've been getting so many calls is it going to happen, is it going to happen?"

      About 12 people are coming to New Jersey to see them get married, some driving in from Connecticut and New York.

      In addition to coordinating with relatives, there was the small matter of what they were going to wear.

      "We spent the entire day at the mall," said Salerno, who ultimately settled on black slacks, grey Converse sneakers with pink laces and a purple tie, to symbolize equality.

      "I would not have made a decision without her," she said, referring to her partner.

      The couple has been together for five years, and were joined in a civil union in 2011.

      After the couple heard about Friday's Supreme Court decision, Salerno said they wanted to get hitched as soon as possible.

      "I want to get something in paper that this actually happened," she said.

      Star-Ledger Staff Writer Dan Goldberg contributed to this report.