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Gay Activists’ Double Standard

I am not against gay marriage...many states recognize it via community property laws with domestic partners. GLAAD only wants marriage recognized up front by government and it only has everything to do with money...listen to the arguments...insurance settlements for survivors, tax breaks, and the list goes on. My brother-in-law is gay, he was taken to the cleaners by his ex partner when the partner left him for another man and got $320K and half the house money and a car. As always follow the money.
jeffar Wrote: Apr 02, 2013 8:31 PM
Marriage wouldn't have helped your brother-in-law. Married people get taken to the cleaners all of the time in the same manner and marriage is actually what enables it.
Extremely Extreme Extremist Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 6:01 PM
Exactly my point...they don't want equality...they want exceptions to the law for them and for religions to accept them. The thought process is that if states approve that will force churches to perform them. Which then gets into serious Constitutional powers and separation of Church and State.

Gay activists know they’ve lost the moral high ground when even their supporters are laughing at their double standards and hypocrisy.

Last week, Slate published a video compilation titled “Flashback: When Democrats swore they would never back gay marriage.” It showed Democrats like Hilary Clinton and Harry Reid affirming that marriage is a covenant between one man and one woman. Alex Knepper, a writer for the Huffington Post and a gay man himself, posted the video on Facebook with the caption, “Look at these bigots.”

He was being sarcastic, of course. Liberals and Democrats are never considered bigots.

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