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The Constitutional Perils of Recognizing Gay Unions

insect43 Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 3:05 PM
If you make sin legal it's still sin. True Christians understand this and reject all of the homosexual agenda. Keep the family of man, woman and child strong and keep America strong Legalize perversion & dn't act surprised when perversion becomes the norm. Divorce and bigamy of course are wrong as well. Thats why we need True Christianity taught in schools and not the pagan nonsense that the undercover Satansts and homosexuals are pushing under the moniker 'tolerance'
David3036 Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 6:30 PM
The problem with statements like yours is that they presume everyone's definition of sin is the same as yours. It isn't.. You are entitled to your own concept of what is sinful, but you do not have the right to impose it on everyone else or to enact it into law. Under the law, "freedom," is the operable word, and our rights are pretty absolute unless they infringe on someone ELSE'S rights. In that case they are usually illegal or SHOULD be.
Wandered Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 3:27 PM
You're suggesting that if we legalize same-sex marriage, it will become "the norm". The implication is that current law is the only thing keeping you from marrying someone of your own gender. You must not be in a very committed marriage if you think that's what will happen.
TunTavern Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 4:57 PM
LOL! Indeed.

Apparently, homosexuality is SOOOO appealing that the second gay marriage becomes widely legal Americans are going to go gay EN MASSE!
I guess heterosexuality was just something we were making to do with until gay marriage became legal. LOL

When President Obama endorsed gay marriage last year, he said the issue should be left to the states. Last week, he said it shouldn't.

To be more precise, a Supreme Court brief filed by the Obama administration last Thursday argues that California's ban on gay marriage denies homosexuals the "equal protection of the laws" guaranteed by the 14th Amendment. Although the brief focuses on Proposition 8, the 2008 ballot initiative that overturned a California Supreme Court decision requiring the state to recognize gay marriages, its logic suggests that a policy Obama himself rejected less than a year ago is...