September 16, 2009

Mindset

9 comments:

The Peach Tart said...

this makes me furious

Dr. Monkey said...

Pretty much sums up their point of view. It's time we actively pushed back against their hate for our gay brothers and sisters.

Justine said...
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Justine said...

I agree this message you posted is hateful.

But something to think about:

Homosexuals have the right to get married in our country, same as anyone else. No one is denying them their rights to marriage. If they are a man, they are free to marry a woman, and if a woman, free to marry a man.

What "gay rights" activists want to do is redefine what the word "marriage" has always meant in legal terms since our country was founded.

So, until the word is legally defined as something other than the union between one man and one woman, it's not accurate to say they are being denied rights that are recognized under current law.

Blueberry said...

Just one more reason not to go by "God's Law"

giggles said...

Justine? The concept of "marriage" was created by men to transfer or acquire more wealth and power. Period.

Lemmy Caution said...

I agree this message you posted is hateful..

It comes straight from god's mouth, yet you agree it is hateful. Interesting.

Homosexuals have the right to get married in our country, same as anyone else. No one is denying them their rights to marriage. If they are a man, they are free to marry a woman, and if a woman, free to marry a man.
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So homosexuals have the right to marry someone they don't love, and they should just be happy about that. Evil. Just ugly and evil.

If only you had been born in a country where you had NO RIGHTS and no say as to who you could be married to.

What "gay rights" activists want to do is redefine what the word "marriage" has always meant in legal terms since our country was founded. .

No, what homosexuals want is the same LEGAL rights that you enjoy.

When our country was founded, it was also legal to own slaves, and women were legally second class citizens.

Interracial marriage was also against the law. People fought back and got the law changed.

I'll give you one guess as to what book was used and what group fought to keep it illegal.

Same group as today. Same Book. Same utter and complete nonsense.

So, until the word is legally defined as something other than the union between one man and one woman, it's not accurate to say they are being denied rights that are recognized under current law.
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Just like slaves had nothing to complain about and were not being denied rights because it was legal.

And don't get me started about all those women that whined for the right to vote! They should have just shut up and stayed in the kitchen, right?

Just following your logic.

Justine said...

You and I need to have a talk sometime about the inherent dignity of being a wife and mother and how what some of us have chosen to spend our day doing does not need a dollar sign attached to it to make it valuable.

Lemmy Caution said...

Have you been hitting the sacramental wine again? What was that about?

I never said or infered anything of the sort dear. What you are defending is not something I am attacking.

From what I know of you, I have the deepest of respect for what you do every day as a mother.