Marriage Defenders

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What Vickie said in Court

Thursday, July 29, 1999

Your Honor:

I hold a very strong belief in the commitment of marriage vows and family. I stand before you being "sued" and forced to forsake my marriage vows. I realize that our laws are to be respected, and I fully appreciate the judicial system. However, in a country where the divorce rate has sky rocketed, it seems ironic that someone convicted of murder might have a better chance at acquittal than a person committed to the concept that there is no such thing as an "irreconcilable" marriage.

Divorce is not the answer. I greatly respect the laws of this court and recognize that under the laws of the land, my marriage to my husband, B, can be dissolved. However I believe I made my vows not only to B, but also to God, for as long as I live.

The "No Fault Divorce" laws in the state of Kansas are a contradiction in them self. If there is "no fault" then there are no grounds for a divorce. At some point the adults in this "State" and this "Country" needs to realize that "Children's Hearts" are not community property. We spend time and money trying to solve the problems with Americas' youth. The best place to begin is in the home. We need to begin to hold adults accountable for the covenants they make with each other and their children.


Consequently, it is my belief that this is morally wrong, and in God's eyes we are married "till death do us part." I truly love my husband and am deeply hurt by this step B has taken to legally end our marriage. The door will always be open for his return.

I pray for God's blessing and mercy in our lives, as I feel reconciliation would be His plan for our marriage.

Respectfully, Mrs. Vickie L. M. or is not responsible for any opinions expressed on this site.

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