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Video: Bill O'Reilly and Laura Ingraham Yell at Each Other Over Gay Marriage

ppotts Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 12:50 PM
I think people who believe in God and have religious doctrine have just as much right to present their beliefs as such in the debate of same sex as people who want same sex have their rights to present their side in the context that it is what they want because it is an affirming thing. you can't okay it for one side and disallow it for the other. I for one am sick of anti christs shreiking their demented objections to my constitutional right of freedom of religious views. They have no right to take away my rights to give themselves new rights that are not in fact universal. Being gay is not the natural order of things in addition to it being a sin.
GustaveMolinari Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 1:10 PM
ppotts - you don't even have to bring the bible into it at all. It's simple - Homosexual Practitioners want special or extralegal rights. They already have the exact same right to marry as any other citizen.

So let's first define the debate or petition correctly.
ppotts Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 12:52 PM
to continue...If everyone were gay they would have to use artificial insemination to procreate and that would actually disqualify the as the human race. they would be animals at that point. It is not NATURAL, It is not NORMAL and it is a defective prototype.
katepatate Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 1:59 PM
Wait until the pedophiles and the beastiality folks want to get married to their amours. Don't think it won't happen. We have come a long way down the road of degradation since the sixties.

Sort of.  This heated discussion wasn't really about the issue of gay marriage, per se, but rather how O'Reilly characterized gay marriage opponents' appeals to religion.  Last week, the Fox News host drew controversy for saying that traditional marriage advocates need to do more than "thump the Bible" when building a public case against same-sex marriage.  After some conservatives, including Rush Limbaugh, objected to what they perceived to be a disdainful tone from O'Reilly, the long-time anchor invited Laura Ingraham onto his show to talk about it.  Things got interesting right out of the gate (via Mediaite):