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Gays Don’t Have a Right to Marriage

God_Of_War Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 11:37 PM
n.The laws governing children, inheritance, and family were specially designed for this relationship. That marriage has been defined for thousands of years, and in almost all cultures around the world, as between a man and a woman is no accident. The evolution of these laws contained no ulterior motives in attempting to deny the rights of same sex couples. From the sense of nature or creation, a man and woman were designed to fit together. From this union, which we call marriage, comes life and the continuation of our species. The same cannot be said for same sex unions. Same sex unions are fundamentally different from marriage and as such there needs to be a body of law written specially for that relationship, just like the body a
God_Of_War Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 11:43 PM
If same sex union activists want the same rights as married couples then let there be a body of law specially written, designed, and intended for that kind of relationship. And while the legislators are doing that, they should come up with a special word which describes that relationship. I’m not sure what to call it. Maybe a “Civil Union”, “Sunion” for same sex union, or maybe Glunion for gay and lesbian Union…..

Call it anything you want but don’t call it a “marriage”.
God_Of_War Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 11:43 PM
I hope the justices on the Supreme court can see this fundamental difference. I hope they can see past the media hype and understand the current body of law governing marriage was not designed nor ever intended to apply to same sex unions and as such there was no intent to deny same sex unions the same rights as married couples.
God_Of_War Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 11:43 PM
If same sex couples want the same rights as married couples then let legislators sit down and write law governing that special relationship. I suggest that same sex proponents do not try to co-opt law designed for the relationship between a man and woman and try to make those laws fit a relationship that is fundamentally different!
God_Of_War Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 11:42 PM
You can argue that Venus and Mars are both planets but you can’t argue they are the same. Our description of Venus is much different from our description of Mars. And so it is with marriage and same sex unions.

No one can argue against creation and say that a man's parts and another man's parts were designed to fit together. No one can argue with creation and say that a woman's parts and another woman's parts were designed to fit together. And no one can deny that a man's parts and a woman's parts were indeed designed to fit together.
God_Of_War Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 11:41 PM
The laws governing marriage between a man and a woman, and the laws governing same sex unions, need to be different because the relationship is different. For example, the creation of life cannot occur, and was not designed to occur, between same sex couples. This makes same sex unions fundamentally different from marriage and as such there needs to be a set of laws applicable to that different relationship.
God_Of_War Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 11:40 PM
With Proposition 8 in California, the people decided that the definition of “marriage” is between a man and a woman. As same sex union activists would like us to believe, the law defining “marriage” between a man and a woman was not to define the word from a legal perspective, but an attempt to deny same sex union rights.
God_Of_War Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 11:40 PM
Proposition 8 made no mention of denying rights to same sex couples, it simply defined "marriage" as between a man and woman. If proponents of same sex unions want the same rights as what has been defined for marriage between a man and a woman, then legislators need to sit down and write a body of law governing that relationship.
God_Of_War Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 11:39 PM
of law governing marriage between a man and woman was written specially for that relationship.

From both a legal and a natural sense, the current laws governing marriage were not designed to fit with same sex unions. Same sex unions need to have a special body of law written for that special relationship just like marriage has a special body of laws written to govern that relationship.

With Proposition 8 in California, the people decided that the definition of “marriage” is between a man and a woman. As same sex union activists would like us to believe, the law defining “marriage” between a man and a woman was not to define the word from a legal perspective, but an attempt to deny same sex union rights.

The mere words same-sex marriage connote it’s not a “marriage” by use of the term, but rather an aberration of a societal norm that a small group are determined to force onto the majority. Only 3% of Americans are gay.

Since the beginning of time, before marriage was formally recognized by state laws, it was defined between a man and a woman not just for kicks, but because people of the opposite sex have coupled off to procreate, as a means of continuing society. It takes a man and woman to biologically create a baby, so naturally society...