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The Debate We Have to Win, Otherwise We Lose the Country

TommyMaq Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 12:05 PM
Pointing out that you're a bigot isn't a justification for the behavior you would attack. Criticizing your moral failure is how you learn that you don't have justification for your bigotry and snctimony. "Right" means "I don't need permission," and on that basis, homosexuality is a right. When you work to deny people that right, as Deace says, you are guilty of assault, bigotry or tyranny. Nice piece of group think, btw - people that don't agree with you are sheep, then? Funny, isn't it, that the most sheep-like people are those immoral bigots who think people act like sheep, and present "get with the group" arguments instead of making sense or presenting evidence or a rational argument.

Recently a discussion of this story about DC Comics being pressured by homosexual activists to fire one of its writers because he’s on the board of the National Organization of Marriage prompted vigorous debate on my Facebook wall. While perusing through the various comments, it was obvious there still exists much confusion in our country today about the term “rights.”

There are two types of rights: unalienable and contractual.

Sometimes referred to as a natural right (i.e. “the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God” reference from The Declaration of Independence), an unalienable right is a right that comes from God...