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Fewer Families, Less Religion -- and Less Freedom

Jerome41 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 1:13 AM
I never understood the ability of gay men and gay women as being able to marry as a threat or breakdown of marriage. Of the people who oppose marriage equality for gays, a good portion, maybe majority, of them want to imprison gay men for consensual sex. That is hardly about freedom and smaller government.
Mike4166 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 8:21 AM
Just another democrap spammer.
a Concerned American Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 3:42 AM
"Marriage equality" is a code word for dominance and supremacism. It is all part and parcel of the LGBT supremacist agenda which is rooted in radical fringe Greenwich Village/San Francisco "values." And what's more, when a society capitulates to their demands, it emboldens other groups - i.e. radical Muslims - who seek an opening (and pretext) to force THEIR values, customs and all else (including Sharia law, FGM, forcing women to wear burqas, etc.) on the rest of society.
MudontheTires Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 1:50 AM
"Of the people who oppose marriage equality for gays, a good portion, maybe majority, of them want to imprison gay men for consensual sex."

According to who?
worker Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 4:11 PM
Joel176 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 1:22 AM
What you are not grasping is the consequences of becoming 'normal' in the eyes of the law.

Becoming normal, legally, it becomes an issue if you own a business and have strong christian beliefs. So, you have a bed and breakfast and are very uncomfortable with renting to a gay couple. You can get sued. In fact, get sued for just about anything. How about you are a member of the clergy and do not want to perform a ceremony for a gay couple.

In schools, children in the earliest grades will be indoctrinated with homosexual friendly texts. Just look at TV, what would have been outrageous 20 years ago, is on all the time.

The kind of limited government, democratic republic America has always been is possible for only two reasons: (1) The government isn't the sole (or even major) source of economic and social support for its citizens; and (2) Principles, ethics and incentives other than the simple fear of punishment has been effective in deterring anti-social behavior.

That's why it's so disconcerting to learn that two big factors in President Obama's re-election was his electoral dominance among both unmarried Americans (at an all time high) and the religiously unaffiliated (also growing ever larger).

The statistics about single voters are discouraging because...