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Hillary Clinton's Evolution on Gay Marriage

swayze55 Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 8:54 AM
Civil unions is one thing but marriage is an institution created by God, not man. Moses "allowed" for divorce only because men were putting women out on the streets if they burned their toast; God still hates divorce but man's continual sin and hardened hearts will always surface. You don't redefine something just because a group of people want it; it's still sexual perversity. But man will do whatever the hell he wants no matter how it affects others. Homosexuality is abnormal. If everyone participated in homosexual behavior our species would die off. Remember Darwinism liberals, your favorite religion. You can't have it both ways. Our society can allow for civil unions for legal purposes but marriage, never. I am so sick of
swayze55 Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 8:04 AM
Naw, we just pray for you folks as I do homosexuals. It's lumped in with sin and the fall of man. It takes more " faith" to be an atheist than a believer but I do have atheistic friends and my heart breaks for them. But that's what free will is all about and I do respect their beliefs.
anrkee Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 9:12 AM
hmmm.... nicely put. You managed to leave the religious aspect of the arguement intact and actually didn't rant , rave, or call me names. So by defaut athiest get lumped in with same sex people or do they get a free pass because they are not exibiting deviant behavior ?
swayze55 Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 8:55 AM
people like the Clintons who are walking, talking lies. She's a pandering fool and anyone who believes anything she says is equally a fool. Definition of a fool: a person not walking with God.

Editor’s note: A version of this article first appeared in USA Today.

Hillary Clinton supports gay marriage. This is a major shift. Yet, as someone who wrote a book on Clinton's faith, I can't say I'm surprised.

Hillary Clinton is a lifelong Christian, a committed member of the United Methodist Church. She had long been committed to marriage as between one man and one woman. As once noted by the Rev. Don Jones, Clinton's youth minister and mentor in Park Ridge, Ill., in the 1960s: “Surely, she is for gay rights. There's no question about that. But I think both...