Sunday, March 31, 2013

What A Can Of Worms #gayrights

This whole "gay rights" thing is not about them not having "rights". It's about one group having power over another. It's about the tearing down and the moral decay of our society.

More aptly put is a quote that Dr. Benjamin Carson made during a television interview [emphasis mine]:

Marriage is between a man and a woman. It is a well-established fundamental pillar of society, and no group — be they gays, be they NAMBLA [North American Man/Boy Love Association], be they people who believe in beastiality — no matter what they are, they don’t get to change the definition. So it’s not something that’s against gays; it’s against anybody who wants to come along and change the fundamental definition of pillars of society.  It has significant ramifications.
If the Supreme Court states that it's OK to marry anyone or anything, it really will completely and utterly tear at the fabric of our society that has taken centuries to establish. What's to stop the legalization of incest? Or beastiality? Or the further destruction of children and families? Nothing will stand between those of us who know the difference between right and wrong and those who wish to destroy the American culture completely.

It will be just another
brought to you by the lost souls in our Supreme Court.

h/t Legal Insurrection: Polygamy would have to be permitted


Red said...

I know where I stand. I think this push for "gay marriage" is simply a run at Christianity and morality in general. I think it is another attempt at putting homosexuality in our faces and I don't agree with it. I think it is another way of pushing morality out of legislation to make way for nihilism.

Sparky Hudson said...

@ Red ~ I agree! Well said.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

It's so hard for me to remember God allows all of "this" to happen. I'm distressed enormously, angry even, that people want to push their amoral code onto me and then tell me I'm intolerant, phobic, etc. Thank God for Alistair Begg and Michael Youceff; they are preaching the WORD. God only knows how long before they are arrested for "hate crimes". What about hate crimes against Christians?

Sparky Hudson said...

@ Sandra ~ I would be PROUD to be arrested for this "hate" crime!

Ron Russell said...

Most gays are really not interested in getting married, they just want to destroy the tradition. But tell me why are there so many gay people---they insist they were born that way so it must be in the genes, but then if they don't reproduce, what gives. One would think they would die out. Seems to me it's something learned.