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The Salem Sandwich Trials

DEmike Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 9:17 AM
I’m not encouraging them; I’m just not opposing them. It’s like when teenagers get married. Statistically the odds are against them, but it could work out just fine. Otherwise no, better citizens make for a better society. The only benefit you seem to point out is procreation. To look at it that way is to reduce society to livestock. Oddly enough, that is what many conservatives claim liberals are trying to do. All too often, conservatives reduce the value of marriage to procreation. Such reasoning renders childless marriages and invalid. Thus ironically it is conservative ideology that devaluates traditional marriage. And once again, I must point out that neither you nor anyone else has offered any reason for the original...

My name is Mike Adams. I’m honored to have been elected mayor of Salem, Massachusetts at this seminal point in history as we struggle to eradicate intolerance and prejudice towards gays, bisexuals, lesbians, and transgendered persons. Members of the GBLT community (hereafter: Giblets) are in need of our support. But they cannot go it alone. They need the support of the government as well.

I have been inspired by the recent efforts of the Mayor of Boston who has the courage to say that intolerance will not be tolerated in Massachusetts. He is a prescient man. He knows that people...