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Gay Marriage and the Definition of Words

wsmith-84 Wrote: May 14, 2012 11:30 PM
"To be clear, what the president said means nothing. It won’t change any law anywhere." Just like Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. "They equate the battle for same-sex marriage with the civil rights struggle. It [is] a discrimination based upon" who you love. Sorry nutters, just like with slavery, women's suffrage and civil rights, you are on the wrong side of history (surprise!). You claim the mantle of freedom while simultaneously denying it to an entire class of citizens. You can protest all you want but you ALL know that it's only a matter of time before the right to MARRY applies to EVERYONE. ~ Cheers
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: May 15, 2012 12:46 PM

Is that now the buzz-word? Wrong side of history?

Wonderful, but marriage will remain just between a man and a woman. History will forget the slick maneuvers of the sodomy set as this culture war goes on. Men who shack up with other men are on the wrong side of nature. THAT is obvious as a wart on your nose.

Obama's pander will also be forgotten. He can't change nature.

Gay marriage is an issue most Americans simply don’t care about. We have opinions on it, but it simply doesn’t register, especially at a time of high unemployment. But President Obama shoehorned it into the forefront this week because he can’t talk about the economy, jobs, his record, the massive debt he racked up or anything he’s done since assuming office except ordering the raid against bin Laden. And that party was last week, so a new distraction from reality was needed.

To be clear, what the president said means nothing. It won’t change any law anywhere. And the...