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Marriage: A Supreme Test of Rights

Marie150 Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 7:40 PM
Black men, white men, and homosexual men are basically physically the same. They should all be treated the same. They can all marry women. Any height, any weight, any woman over a certain age, any race. But it has to be a woman. Maybe we should draw pictures.
HeraldOfGalactus Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 8:30 AM
It doesn't matter that they can marry any woman. The issue at hand is they don't want to marry any woman. That same logic was used by the state in Loving v. Virginia and the court struck it down. And since our laws are based on legal precedent, how can that same logic be used against homosexuality?
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 1:03 PM

There is no plain issue. Homosexuals delude themselves. Marriage is confined to men and women joined to one another as one. This is COITUS, the marital act, Herald.

Sodomy is no substitute.

Bill1895 Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 9:30 PM
For all the sex education pushed in the schools, some people are still ignorant: those are the ones pushing "same sex" marriage or saying black people and homosexuals are the same.
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 12:59 PM

Reply to Bill:

Blacks everywhere are like homosexuals, in a single aspect. Each example has been unjustly treated as a whole; over time. Black people still resent it today, justifiably. But many overcame the hatred.

Homosexuals divert attention from their justifiable arguments by posing egregious and crazy ideas about themselves. This hurts their own cause.

Marriage is all Pie in the Sky for homsexuals. They ought to concentrate their minds on what is really JUST and feasible. You waste time & energy demanding the impossible of normal people.
ConcealedCarry Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 8:04 PM
"Maybe we should draw pictures."

Please don't encourage the perverts visiting this site.

From the very beginning, homosexual “marriage” activists have sought to hijack not only the moral authority of the Civil Rights Movement, but also the legal arguments which liberated minorities from centuries of legalized oppression and discrimination.

After decades of aggressive activism, the common sense understanding of marriage has become almost hopelessly mired in incomprehensible legal terminology. It becomes difficult for everyday observers to navigate the convoluted logic homosexual activists employ as they attempt to remake one of civilization’s oldest institutions. The argument that redefining marriage to include homosexual couples is only “fair” rests on a specious interpretation of the equal protection...