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Guess who said this about marriage:

Marriage is not an arbitrary convention and is not meant to change with the times. We're not talking about music, fashion or art. We're talking about an institution whose 4 prohibitions - you can only marry one person at a time, only someone of the opposite sex, never someone beneath a certain age, and not a close blood relative - have been grounded in morality and in law for millennia. Humankind yearns for these stabilizing factors in our kaleidoscopic world and if we abandon these standards, then everything becomes legal and everything becomes moral. If gay marriages are permitted (a prerogative of the most decadent Roman emperors), why not polygamy? Why not brother and sister or parent and child?

Go here to find out: http://henrymakow.com/2013/07/Gay-Activist-Silenced-by-Heter...

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Someone who is a fan of the

Someone who is a fan of the use of force and prohibition?

An Idiot...

whom seems to be equating legality to morality.

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I cannot understand why so many people give government the power to define their personal morality. Unless, maybe, the righteous complainers secretly want to promote mob control of everyone else's morality.

Gene Louis
Supporting a Needed Tool for Government Feedback:
A Citizen-Operated Legal System.

All true

The gay agenda pushed by the media is a New World Order cure for population growth. Same with abortion. I find it humorous to hear gay libertarians on this website pine about choice and equality. Puppets.

Wait what? A cure for

Wait what? A cure for population growth? I dont outright call people names most of the time, but that is an idiotic statement.
You arnt going to stop or slow down population growth by allowing gay people to get together. Or did you think that these people decided to become gay, leaving heterosexual relationships, after the law was passed?

To climb the mountain, you must believe you can.