Armstrong Williams

After all, why do gay couples want the church's blessing? They could go about their business just fine without having been "wed" in a church, right?  Unless there is more to it.  It is political, and often economic.  They want greater standing and treatment among the heterosexual majority.  The best way, they believe, to achieve that end is through a union like marriage. So much the better if anti-gay institutions are destroyed as a result.  They see it as another victory.  But if you  look behind the rhetoric about civil rights, it  becomes clear that they are acting at the expense of what is best for society, and to grant them victory, would be to rip our most sacred religious and cultural ideals to shreds. This no one owes them!


Armstrong Williams

Armstrong Williams is a widely-syndicated columnist, CEO of the Graham Williams Group, and hosts the Armstrong Williams Show. He is the author of Reawakening Virtues.
 
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