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Old 08-13-2004, 07:20 AM   #19
Gavin_86
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Default Re: Question for Christians who Oppose Gay Marriage

> It isn't a religious reasoning, but an attempt to protect us
> from both radical Judges who find themselves above the law,
> and the abolishing of traditional marriage (which is, by
> definition, the union of a man and a woman).

yes of course, blindly clinging to tradition is the best way to solve the matter. i mean, those crazies who think that, "wait.. maybe there can be a better way, and maybe our society has evolved and changed in the last 200 years since precident was set", are obviously radicals and too scary to be taken seriously.

and we should stick to those judges who, thinking themselves above the law, stick religious doctrine on state grounds against the set law that you so desparatly cling to.

> Frankly, we
> just want those desiring homosexual marriage to go about
> getting it the right way-- and hopefully, to find a common
> ground involving a fair civil partnership of appropriate
> recognition and benefits.

please tell me, which correct way is that? they should patiently wait while thier rights are completely destroyed before petitioning for marriage by some old pricks who think that their semi-fundamentalist views should be forced on the world..?

and i have a sneaking suspision that your 'fair and appropriate regonition of benefits' would leave them with nothing but appropriate recognition or any benefits at all <img src=smilies/headshake.gif>

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