The ‘voice of the people’ must muster against the Constitution – including HOAs

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (CA plus) rejection of the voice of the people, Proposition 8, same sex marriage, demonstrates that acts and votes by the people must stand muster against the Constitution. And that was a majority voice. “By using their initiative power to target a minority group and withdraw a right that it possessed, without a legitimate reason for doing so, the People of California violated the Equal Protection Clause,” [Judge] Reinhardt said.

CAI— the national, pro-HOA lobbying trade group — and other pro-HOA stalwarts have repeatedly argued that the voice of the people, the members of an HOA, under a private agreement, expressing the alleged voice of the people because they live there, should prevail regardless of the Constitution. Their rationalization is, “better landscaping makes a better America.”

In effect, they ignore and reject the Constitution. In effect they argue for, encourage, promote and incite sedition against the lawful and legitimate government of this country and the states.

The government cannot meet the strict judicial scrutiny for the surrender of private property rights in order to allow current statutes to remain.  Our government cannot claim, “I didn’t know.”  There is no legitimate justification for the denial of the equal application of the laws and due process protections for citizens living in an HOA. Unless, of course, for national security reasons to protect against terrorism.

Published in: on February 7, 2012 at 6:45 pm  Leave a Comment  
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