Argues the decision in the homosexuality case of `Romer versus Evans' means that Colorado's Amendment Two is invalid regardless of the level of judicial scrutiny. Failure of the `Romer' court to invoke familiar doctrinal support; Government's ban on untouchable societal groups; Arguments for invalidating Amendment Two; Definition of the pariah principle.

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