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Why Voters Should Approve N.C.'s Marriage Amendment

mccgsm Wrote: May 08, 2012 9:10 PM
The out of control budget is certainly the issue of the day--my question is, how do you solve that problem "tomorrow." There are any number of immediate fiscal measures to take that may...may...avoid an untimely end, but the long term "tomorrow" solution for this issue of "the day" is to restore the natural family as the normative base for society. Stable, married parents with kids add to the tax base, have the lowest impact on government support services, and have a high probability of providing functional, productive future taxpayers. Other family structures do not perform nearly as well. Put simply, you can't balance the budget on a foundation of broken families--you need a mom and a dad and same-sex couples cannot provide both.
ghwhy Wrote: May 08, 2012 10:38 PM
Homosexuals want the right to marry for the sole purpose of giving legitimcay to their perversions. It won't work though. Homosexual marriage will be the law of the land probably in less than 10 years, yet homosexuality will still be what it is and marriage will be as meaningless then as now. As observed, marriage today is a farce, without meaning or legitimate purpose - just a temporary contract on the sharing of property.
quirkmaquirk Wrote: May 08, 2012 9:39 PM
Your statement is founded on ignorance. Look at Neil Patrick Harris and his family, would you consider them broken? People like you claim that homosexuals wishing to get married because of love is ruining marriage, while there are plenty of heterosexuals marrying and divorcing frivolously. “Whosoever shall marry her that is divorced committeth adultery” (Matthew 5:32, 19:9 & Luke 16:18) Like Newt Gingrich, Rush Limbaugh, and other holier than thou christians

The main reason the people of North Carolina should vote yes for the proposed marriage amendment in that state has everything to do with preventing improper state court activism and nothing to do with unmarried couples, their benefits, or allowing domestic violence to go unpunished.

Here are some important facts voters need to know:

The main reason to approve the marriage amendment is to prevent state courts from improperly invalidating the state marriage law based on the state constitution.

Courts in nine states have invalidated their states’ marriage laws based on their state...