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Unless they vote, Christians are going to be forced to become "gay" and have "abortions".
Remember when the Nazis said Jews helped "wreck the nation" of Germany, Gabriela8? Many of the Nazis were ardent believers and Christians, too.
The pastors do not have to perform a same-sex marriage IN A CHURCH. This is NOT a church - it is a for-profit wedding chapel. They must be open to everyone legally entitled to be married. If they do not want to perform a gay wedding, then they should hire someone to do it if a gay couple approaches The Hitching Post.
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CBS Drives Away 'Anti-Gay' Catholics

buster8 Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 9:12 PM
Just because you are Catholic doesn't mean you need to be anti-science or an anti-gay bigot. Most Catholics with gay kids/cousins/etc. want their loved ones to be equal in all facets of society; and guess what - most Catholics use birth control!
Pastors should be allowed to say whatever they want. However, if their preaching becomes overtly and systematically political, they must forfeit their tax exempt status as a religious institution.
I think Vice President Cheney would kick anyone's butt who compared his gay daughter to being a junkie.
Whenever I see Bill O"reilly's name, I cannot get out of my mind this creepy man calling this woman half his age (who worked for him) and telling her what he would like to do with her in the shower.
You have just called the daughter of the former Vice President mentally ill and a deviant. Richard and Lynne Cheney have expressed nothing but unconditional love for her daughter and her family. Are you saying that Vice-President Cheney is also a deviant?
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LGBT Strikes Again: Comply or Die

buster8 Wrote: Oct 13, 2014 10:24 AM
Not long ago, some "good Christians" claimed their religion prohibited the mixing of the races. Remember the claims that God put the races on different continents to keep them separated? With her cry that "the government should not be able to force anyone to choose between their faith and their livelihood,” Joanne Moudy would have agreed with businesses denying service to mixed race couples, if it offended their Christianity.
If the head of Chick-fil-A had said, "All Christians are immoral people," Christians would support this action, as would most people of good conscience. If you think of bigotry against gays as the same as bigotry against blacks, against Jews or Christians or Muslims, against women...then this action makes sense.
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