BeckerCOLUMBUS, Ohio – An Ohio lawmaker is reiterating his call to impeach a federal judge over his recent rulings on same-sex ‘marriage,’ after he vowed last week to strike down the state’s ban on homosexual weddings. Representative John Becker (R-Union Township) told reporters that U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Black is trampling both the state and federal constitution with his rulings. “In an epic display of arrogance and incompetence, Judge Black announced that he will require the people of Ohio to disregard the Ohio Constitution and force the recognition of ‘homosexual marriages’ performed outside of Ohio,” his office wrote in a recent statement. “He persists in allowing his personal political bias to supersede jurisprudence.” As previously reported, Black, appointed by Barack Obama, issued a ruling in December that required state officials to recognize same-sex “marriages” on death certificates.  “[T]he question is presented whether a state can do what the federal government cannot – i.e., discriminate against same-sex couples … simply because the majority of the voters don’t like homosexuality (or at least didn’t in 2004),” he wrote. “Under the Constitution of the United States, the answer is no.” More