Wednesday, November 12, 2008

A Gay Ride

Mass protests, lawsuits, and violence continue the debate about homosexual "marriage".

Proponents of homogamy claim society cannot legislate whom one loves or sleeps with. This is false. Society rightfully legislates against close relatives having sex with or marrying each other. Same-sex "marriage" is no more a civil right than jaywalking, speeding, or other such lawlessness.

Being able to sit on the same bus or drink from the same water fountain is a civil right. Homosexuals have always had the same right as anyone else to marry someone of the opposite sex.

What they want is a different right. They don't want to sit on the same bus. They want to hijack the bus and take it where it has never gone before - to a dead end! They don't want to drink from the same life-giving water fountain. They want to transform that fountain into something it was never meant to be -- using it for unnatural, unhealthy, and unholy purposes.

Then they expect the rest of us to keep drinking from it!


Proponents of same-sex "marriage" don't want equal rights. They want different rights. They don't want marriage. They want to redefine -- and thus destroy -- marriage.

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