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Why a Good Person Can Vote Against Same-Sex Marriage

WPMac Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 1:49 PM
Here's the dirty little secret: gays don't really believe in marriage equality, nor does any sane person. In the same breath they talk about "equality," they'll admit they oppose granting marriage rights to polygamists, incestuals, people who want to many animals and trees, etc. Gay "marriage" does not make any logical sense at any level whatsoever. Every argument crumbles in a heaping pile of hypocrisy, entitlement, and disgust for Judeo-Christian values.
Jay Wye Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 3:38 PM
Few homos actually want to get "married". They prefer their promiscuous lifestyle.

http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/299944/gay-divorcees-charles-c-w-cooke

Announcing the results of his long-term “evolution” on the subject last week, President Obama revived the debate over gay marriage. In the widespread discussion, however, there is one question that’s rarely asked: How interested are gay couples in getting married?

Heretofore at least, the answer seems to be “not really.”
there's a lot more,too much to post here. it's a good read.(unless you're homo.)

Next week voters in Maine, Maryland and Washington will vote on whether to redefine marriage to include same-sex couples.

Given that there are good people on both sides of this issue, how are we to explain their opposing views?

The primary explanation is this: Proponents and opponents ask two different questions.

Proponents of same-sex marriage ask: Is keeping the definition of marriage as man-woman fair to gays? Opponents of same-sex marriage ask: Is same-sex marriage good for society?

Few on either side honestly address the question of the other side. Opponents of same-sex marriage rarely acknowledge...