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#3276652 - 06/27/13 06:07 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: DirtyBear0311]

Registered: 08/01/07
Posts: 42500
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And, if it's about laws in your eyes...then what about the sodomy laws on the books currently? Are they to be "over-looked" or just forgotten? And since it only deals with humans, what about the "marry my sister" scenario already mentioned? It's just WRONG on every level.

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#3276661 - 06/27/13 06:36 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: MUP]
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Registered: 11/30/00
Posts: 7064
Loc: Murfreesboro, TN

I've said it before, but I'll say it again anyway. There is nothing two men or two women can do to make their relationship a marriage. Calling it a marriage is just a packaging term used to make the issue mainstream. I don't have a problem with same sex relationships as I don't run in those circles. I do take issue with the legal inclusion of gays into the same defining terminology that has been associated with heterosexual couples for centuries. It isn't just a label.

The only good thing that will come of this is there will be approximately half of these new "marriages" that will experience what a living hell really is.

#3276665 - 06/27/13 06:46 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: Hangnail]
Kimber45 Moderator
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Registered: 07/10/08
Posts: 16631
Loc: Close to Jackson, TN

With ALL due respect - the stupidest thing I've read in a while!

At the beginning, middle and end of the day - you can babble on justifying most anything up to taking lives if you talk enough however.....

Right is RIGHT

Wrong is WRONG

People of the same sex being married is WRONG!
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#3276666 - 06/27/13 06:47 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: Pic IN the Casa]
Deer Whisperer
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Registered: 04/16/05
Posts: 4267
Loc: Murfreesboro, TN

 Originally Posted By: Pic IN the Casa
 Originally Posted By: ruger7mag
 Originally Posted By: Locksley
Unbelievable that I would see this on here. .




#3276667 - 06/27/13 06:47 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: Chaneylake]
Bottom Hunter
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Registered: 12/29/06
Posts: 16295
Loc: Hatchie Bottoms

 Originally Posted By: Chaneylake
back in the day I saw a sheep that looked kinda cute, especially if I was sober

probably a whole lot cheaper
There are some people who always seem angry and continuously look for conflict.

Walk away; the battle they are fighting is not with you, but with themselves.

#3276673 - 06/27/13 06:54 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: Bottom Hunter]
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Registered: 08/09/08
Posts: 2998
Loc: SouthWest TN

I have the answer to a lot of societal issues, but everyone keeps ignoring me.

First, if you want to stop school shootings you could simply ban schools.
Second, if you have a problem with marriage (gay or straight), just ban marriage.

I'm willing to bet a whole lot of guys that are already married would say, "Yes. That is EXACTLY what we should do. Right now! Ban it! BAN IT!"

See, all problems solved.

Edited by BlackBelt (06/27/13 06:55 AM)

#3276685 - 06/27/13 07:16 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: stik]
Jerkasourous of the non-typical kind

Registered: 03/11/99
Posts: 64216
Loc: Nashville, TN

 Originally Posted By: stik
it is a non-issue with me. I really don't care and there are much more important matters to be concerned with.

Well said.

As a Constitutionalist, I support equal rights for all.
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#3276690 - 06/27/13 07:18 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: BlackBelt]
Grizzly Johnson
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Registered: 10/07/08
Posts: 14718
Loc: Tennessee

The whole thing makes my blood pressure go up.... It's no different that the "A"s complaining about kids praying in school or religion period.... they don't want to have it "pushed" on them.

Well I am tired of seeing/hearing about gays every time I turn the tv on.... it's in the news everyday and on various tv shows now like it's no big deal.

Well I am tired of it!!!! You fags want to lay with each other... do it in your on private space.... I don't want to see it, hear about it, or anything else.... that includes public acts of affection.

If we had leaders that had the balls to do what needs to be done in America, gays and illegals would not ever be an issue. How many other countrys allow illegals or homos in their lands.... not many, most of them are shot for being in the country illegal and shunned/killed for being gay.
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#3276693 - 06/27/13 07:23 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: Grizzly Johnson]

Registered: 06/10/00
Posts: 41305
Loc: Western Ky.

 Originally Posted By: Grizzly Johnson
It's no different that the "A"s complaining about kids praying in school or religion period.... they don't want to have it "pushed" on them.

Same here. They don't want certain things "pushed" on THEM but they want all the things they want pushed on US.
A Government that does not trust its law abiding citizens to keep and bear arms, is itself unworthy of trust..... - James Madison

#3276699 - 06/27/13 07:30 AM Re: Why I support gay rights [Re: Grizzly Johnson]
TnDeer Old Timer
12 Point

Registered: 03/16/99
Posts: 5121
Loc: East Tennessee USA

I'd also like to point out your comment about "Separation of Church and State". This is yet another liberal myth. There is no mention of this in the Constitution. This argument got legs based on a letter Jefferson wrote to the Church of Danbury in the early 1800's. 1804, I think. In the letter, Jefferson assured the church that the government had no intention of setting a rules on churches such as "The Church of England". The supreme court in the late 1800's interpreted that letter to mean that the church should have no influence on government and government would have no influence(power) over what is preached in the church.

I've read that letter however and have read many opinions on the letter. While the Supremes ruled on the language of one portion of the letter, they failed to mention that in that same letter Jefferson urged the churches to influence the government ("social duties"). I think he told church members in other documents, it was their duty to get involved in affairs of government.

Jefferson ended the famous "Separation of Church and State" paragragh in that letter by saying "convinced he has no natural right in opposition to his social duties." This my friend has been interpreted to mean that it's the social duty of the christian to be involved in government.

That right there is one place where the wheels began coming off the track of this once great country.

Edited by Rebel (06/27/13 08:17 AM)
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