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Support for Same-sex Marriage Crosses Party Lines

Snooper6 Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 7:46 PM
Once one says "same-sex marraige" you know he is just a hack for the homosexual lobby. Marraige is intrinsically heterosexual. Homosexual "marraige" is a contradisction in terms. People who bandy that scurrilous term around are either homosexuals, homosexualists or clueless dolts.
TommyMaq Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 8:15 PM
" Marraige is intrinsically heterosexual."

mschefft Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 7:59 PM
To Cambermeister: He who protests too much is often hiding behind a similar mask. What is your problem???? How is homosexual marriage hurting you? What are you hiding through your emotional rants that clearly scream of 'projection?' Rise above your red neck roots and reach a new level in your loving acceptance of humanity. If you want to hide behind a Christian veil, then answer this, "What would Jesus do?" He would accept all people, regardless of their personal, and let me add, consensual behaviors. He died on the cross for everyone! Even people like you!!
Cambermeister Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 8:50 PM
Cute but pointless. I've never mentioned faith regarding this issue and have nothing against the homosexuals. But you'd like to call me a Homo.
Since I see nothing wrong with being homosexual...I don't consider it to be an insult as you do.

And we already know Jesus ignored folks with homosexuality.

Feel pretty stupid now?

pascagoulapappy Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 11:21 PM
And waht did He tell the woman taken in adultery? After "Neither do I condemn thee" ?
DagNabbit Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 7:50 PM
If you can't spell it, you're not qualified to have an opinion. Have another Milwaukee's Best and watch some wrestling.
In an opinion article in the Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman announced that he has changed his mind and now supports same-sex marriage.

He wrote that on learning that one of his sons is gay he "wrestled with how to reconcile my Christian faith with my desire for Will to have the same opportunities to pursue happiness and fulfillment as his brother and sister."

He is not the only prominent Republican to come to this view in this way. Former Vice President Dick Cheney is another.

And at the Conservative Political Action Committee convention, a panel sponsored by the...