After carefully weighing the testimony of a bevy of social scientists, Walker found that the idea of heterosexual marriage is based on "antiquated and discredited notions of gender." And that arguments against gay marriage are "nothing more than tautologies."
And: "Proposition 8...enshrines in the California Constitution a gender restriction that
the evidence shows to be nothing more than an artifact of a foregone notion that men and women fulfill different roles in civic life." [Emphasis added.]
The "evidence" is testimony by social scientists who view marriage to be a vestige of a time when men's and women's "roles" were defined by their "gender." Liberals would have us believe that this is more "settled science," just like they insist that global warming is man-made and abortions play no role in breast cancer.
Read more in the Chicago Daily Observer