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Beck, Marriage and The State of The Union

Frank130 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 7:31 AM
When Glenn Beck dissed Ron Paul & endorsed Romney, I cancelled my subscription to GBTV. With Beck as a Mormon, if he endorses polygamy or wants the term "marriage" applied to homosexual partners, he's also encouraging sin (not unexpected from someone who has added to the Word of God by trying to include the book of Mormon). Personally, I now think that if 2 consenting homosexual adults want to try & engage in some sort of legal union then just let them enter into some sort of "Social Contract" they can both sign, but don't call it marriage as it would undercut society & the Biblical Principals our nation was founded upon & would help lead to the collapse of society. Beck, I think, is just groping for ways for the GOP to start winning.
funfunfun Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 9:22 AM
Frank, why not polygamy? I am a foreign born, non-white, non-Mormon, red blooded transplant American, I want polygamy to be legal. I, a female, need more members in this marriage unit to secure it. Polygamy has been the NORM for thousands and thousand of years in human history, and it worked.

Look around you, in this monogamy norm society, when one spouse dies, it is devestating to the other spouse.
Frank130 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 4:44 PM
You are so lost spiritually & have so shallow an understanding of the Biblical Principles our nation was once founded upon, all I can do is pray for you.

My buddy, Glenn Beck, has made a great contribution to the TEA party movement and to a renewal of popular interest in our Founding Fathers and their ideals. For all that he deserves praise.

But, I believe, he is making a serious error in abandoning the civil right of marriage. The Republican Party was founded in opposition to two historic wrongs. The party’s first platform in 1856 denounced “slavery and polygamy—the twin relics of barbarism.” Slavery was finally put down with a terrible toll—630,000 Americans dead in the Civil War. The new movie, Lincoln, tells the dramatic story of the...