Her Majesty signed into law the Abortion Act in 1967. A Christian monarch thereby signed into death countless numbers of unborn children.
Her Majesty signed into law the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act, thereby allowing human embryos to be stripped of their innate human dignity and to be treated as objects for scientific progress, even though the evidence suggested that human stem cells were far more effective in the research.
Her Majesty signed into law the Equality Act, which has been used quite publicly and extensively in working against the interests of those who hold committed Christian values in the workplace.
Is Her Majesty going to sign into law 'gay marriage', giving homosexual unions the same status as natural marriages between men and women? Or will the Supreme Governer of the Church of England finally say 'No'? Some would say that Her Majesty would be causing a constitutional crisis if she did so. Well, surely, if Her Majesty signs it, there would be nothing to stop a future King, or indeed a future Queen from contracting a gay marriage and thereby put an end to the royal dynasty? Now that's what I would call a 'constitutional crisis'. Or perhaps gay marriages would just be for 'the masses. Maybe that's a bit far-fetched, perhaps gay marriages would just be for 'the masses', but is this what Her Majesty wants for loyal subjects? Gay marriage? Is this the possibility that Her Majesty wants for Her Majesty's family?