Louisiana Biracial Couple: Marriage Is Their Business
The Declaration of Independence of the United States of America spoke of the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Unfortunatly, the pursuit of happiness did not extend to a couple in Louisiana when they wanted to marry before a justice of the peace.
The Justice of The Peace denied a couple a marriage license after they fulfilled all of the requirements because they were biracial. The Justice Of The Peace replied that most "biracial couples do not survive".
Both the couple and the Justice Of The Peace have not replied to any invitations for an interview. Regardless, it is of the opinion of the underwriter that the state should not determine whether the couple should marry or not. Most marraiges in America end in divorce not necessarily because of race or ethnicity.
The majority of marriages end in divorce because of irreconcilable differences in personalities as well as the fact that socity in America has declared war on the family. The Justice Of The Peace has denied this couple their right to happiness by denying them a marriage license.
Many in America speak about "One God, One Flag, One Country, One Language" but deny two US Citizens the right to "One Country" by denying couples the right to marriage on the basis of race and ethnciity. After all, it is not the outside that counts but the inside.
Marriage between a couple should be between them instead of a third person such as a state or family. Of course, the couple should have rights to their hobbies for at least one hour, visit their families, and have time for themselves. After all, God wanted Unity instead of Uniformity.