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All My Exes Live in Texas

Honest Lib Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 2:28 AM
Doc Adams, I'm one of your greatest fans, but I have to call you out a bit on this one. Other than her scumbag lawyer and her clueless husband, you never actually mentioned or linked any specific groups defending her actions. Not going to argue that there aren't any, and I'd actually be surpised if there isn't, but if you're going to make this point, you should pepper your article with one or two examples.
USMC LM Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 6:12 AM
The ppoint of the article was not to point fingers at any one group. It was to highlight the logical direction our culture will proceed if we, as humans, can, subjectively, define "marriage" as we see fit vice using the objective definition provided by the Creator.

I'll use this opportunity to point out that liberals do not want any concrete definitions for anything. If only ones are used then they can use to twist the language and culture to their own agenda.
USMC LM Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 6:12 AM
The ppoint of the article was not to point fingers at any one group. It was to highlight the logical direction our culture will proceed if we, as humans, can, subjectively, define "marriage" as we see fit vice using the objective definition provided by the Creator.

I'll use this opportunity to point out that liberals do not want any concrete definitions for anything. If only ones are used then they can use to twist the language and culture to their own agenda.
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