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Same-Sex Marriage: Still a Tough Sell

ldalton Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 12:12 AM
The man is right. His artiicle and and opinion are right on the moral and social ramificatoins of this slippery slope. The homosexuals can't win the debate or supoort thier goals if they told the truth and allowed all the facts to be recognised...
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Same-Sex Marriage: Still a Tough Sell

ldalton Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 12:09 AM
Jerome, the only places polls show a "majority" support for homosexual marriage is when thearea polled is limited to homosexual havens in our cities. CIvil domestic unioin contracts are accepted by the majority of the nation, but not marriage. Two homosexuals are not a "marriage" just a motorcycle is not a bus and an apartment building is not a mobile home. Their may be some similarities in each, but they will never be the same. The Proof is when the general population is allowed to vote for homosexual marraige or domestic civil unions instead of a minute minority forcing thier limited moral views upon society as a whole. Look at th bastion of homosexual, California. The PEOPLE overwhelmingly rejecteirng homosexual marraige but accep
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