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Drinking the Same-Sex "Marriage" Kool-Aid

Jerome41 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 11:13 PM
Pro-gay marriage advocate aren't trying to deny marriage to heterosexual couples, including those opposed to their right and ability to marry. You want to talk about personal attacks, on many right-wing websites I have read about gays called, perverts, f-ggots and other horrible names, usually by those who consider themselves good Christians. You are the one selfish, imposing your will and probably your religion on others who just want the right to marry their loved ones, as you have. That is selfish.
du2 Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 11:02 AM
Religious belief is a BEHAVIOR!! So get off that bogus bandwagon that religious belief deserves to trump civil and public policy. Religion is wholly taught, and it's not required or enforced. However, being gay, although a behavior, is morally neutral. As long as gay people are equally law abiding, responsible, tax paying, productive citizens, there are equal rights guaranteed with that. Denying the mutability of homosexuality is beside the point. Civil rights can't be denied on condition of whether they are or not. That's not true for the religious, who are on every historical record as causing violent, destructive abuse to entire societies. So it's religion that we all need to be wary of, not gay people.
krhod Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 12:01 AM
Because LGBTQ is a BEHAVIOR!! Nothing more, and nothing less. And everyone discriminates concerning behavior. There is nothing innate or intrinsic about LGBTQ sexual behavior. It is NOT, and never will be the same as skin color.

You are not being denied the right to cohabit, and associate with whomever you wish. So get off that bogus bandwagon.
krhod Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 12:01 AM
Because LGBTQ is a BEHAVIOR!! Nothing more, and nothing less. And everyone discriminates concerning behavior. There is nothing innate or intrinsic about LGBTQ sexual behavior. It is NOT, and never will be the same as skin color.

You are not being denied the right to cohabit, and associate with whomever you wish. So get off that bogus bandwagon.
Jerome41 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 11:13 PM
By the way, you chose to be ex-gay? Fine, why don't you allow those who don't choose to make that choice to be gay and to marry the people they love.

As leader after leader comes out in favor of the radical redefinition of marriage, it is becoming increasingly clear that what is driving most, if not all of them, is not biblical values, or the institution of marriage, or the long-term good of society. Instead, they are driven by polling, popularity, and a superficial pragmatism. This is what happens when you drink the same-sex “marriage” Kool-aid!

Consider Illinois Senator Mark Kirk, who on April 2nd announced his support for same-sex “marriage.” He explained that “Same-sex couples should have the right to civil marriage. Our time on this earth is limited, I...