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Is it Time to Throw in the Towel?

Anominus Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 4:14 PM
"But would it undermine the concept any more than any other civil rights laws that forbid discrimination?" Discrimination because of sex or race - both of which are innate, unchangeable characteristics - is prohibited according to the Constitution. There is no Constitutional authority prohibiting discrimination on the basis of a behavior like homosexuality. Homosexuals already have equal protection under the law, but they do not have the right to redefine marriage to suit their whims. You tell me - how does it effect you if the government requires you to change your definition of marriage? To an employer, particularly with the looming insurance fiasco, that could make quite a bit of difference.

Republican leaders have capitulated, pro-family pundits have caved, and gay activists have announced that their struggle for equality is just about over. Is it time for biblical conservatives to throw in the towel?

What a ridiculous thought. Why in the world would we do that?

I’m fully aware that:

· Newt Gingrich recently announced his belief that same-sex unions are “inevitable” and that Republicans must accept this if they want to win future elections.

· Pro-marriage leader David Blankenhorn has recanted his opposition to same-sex “marriage,” saying “the time has come for me to accept gay marriage and...