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Nine Justices or Fifty States? Who Should Decide Gay Marriage?

Dyadd Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 10:50 AM
The GOP is apparently too timid to even discuss the real dangers that threaten Gays and those who take the final step from tolerance to the full embrace. Are Republican brains now so self censored that they are unable to even read and know. let alone speak, the truth revealed in works like "And The Ban Plays On"? Where is the "opposition party"?
Cambermeister Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 10:56 AM
Martin Luther King suggested 'black is beautiful' and blacks are equal and deserve equal rights.
He never wanted white labels, he certainly never advocated to be called Caucasian.

A tiny miserable subset of homosexuals covet the straight nomenclature. Are we being enablers for self haters?
Dyadd Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 11:03 AM
I think self loathing is a modern fetish encouraged by the left dominated educational system.

In this instance primarily at the expense of Gays. The state has no interest in encouraging gay "marriage". It should be discouraging the dangerous practices that are still spreading disease and mass early death in their community. Whether or not gays are monogamous is irrelevant.
Captain-Jeff Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 11:06 AM
No they don't. Most simply want to be treated as equals under the law. I'll admit that a few (like a few blacks) want to be treated as "more equal." but that's also what freedom and equality are about.
eddie again Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 11:14 AM
how are "gays" treated unequally under the law?
Dyadd Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 11:16 AM
Gays are treated equally. Gays are not barred from marriage. Surely you know that.

I would like to think that Supreme Court justices are smarter than I am.

At one level, they surely are. Their years of devotion to the practice and analysis of law involves countless pages of book-learning I will never undertake. Their brains must fairly bulge with minutiae I cannot grasp.

But there is a difference between intelligence and wisdom. There are high school dropouts who have deep wells of astuteness about how to think, act and live in an enlightened way. And there are Ph.D.’s I would not let into my house.

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