Of course not, I have advanced the assertion that it was.Hale hasn't contended (nor have her attorneys forwarded any claims to date) that her contract was "unconstitutional". Were this the case, I'd assume she'd have a judicial forum at this point to hear her case. I don't believe she's even filed suit anywhere.
Have you even had an original idea in your whole life?
Catholicism has a number of battles facing it, mainly because the faith is at odds with the law, and in many cases, they are straining at the end of their tax exemption. Catholicism will have to grow or pay, there is no middle ground. It can not grow political without voiding its exemption, plain and simple.Only people (like you) who dislike the Catholic view of SSM are braying anything of the sort.
Actually, the Catholic labor group has declined to support her, and she is still exploring other legal options. This case is absolutely a money loser for the church. Period, end of story.So, while you think you're declaring it "unconstitutional" makes it so, Hale and her advisers have to resort to some labor group to act on her behalf as they know they don't have a court case.