For example, in July 2010, amid the debate surrounding Proposition 8, the L.A. Times released the findings of a survey which made it look like there was a surge of support for changing the legal definition of marriage in California. However, it was soon learned that the survey had been conducted by a group supportive of same-sex couples, whose goal was to use the survey to “develop religious education strategies supporting gay equality.” The comprehensive ADF and POS research, on the other hand, included numerous focus groups and a scientific survey that did not pose the question in biased language to achieve a particular politically correct result. It simply asked if “marriage should be defined only as a union between one man and one woman.” And the resounding answer—just like at the ballot box—was “yes.”
So, is same-sex “marriage” really inevitable? No more so than the disappearance of the ozone layer that my science teacher warned me about in 8th grade, or the dangers of man-made global warming all the Chicken Littles in the leftist establishment keep talking about, or the likelihood of a cow actually jumping over the moon.
What is inevitable right now are the facts, and those facts say that 62 percent of Americans believe marriage should be defined as a union between a man and a woman.
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