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579 days ago.
by burningdownthehouse
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There is no movement in the United States to kill people in the name of second amendment rights but there is a movement that has murdered 1,200,000 children in the name of women's rights

The silver tongued talking heads on the magic living room box would have us believe that the country is in an uproar over the alleged murders of 26 people at an elementary school in Newtown, CT. An investigation is still pending. But the allegations are flying. Generally speaking, the anti-constitutionalists who don't own guns, have never fired guns and certainly have limited ability to identify them, would be willing to take away one of our most important constitutional right because they believe it would make them more "safe". None of the gun violence in America has been committed in the name of gun rights. Also, keep in mind, these anti-constitutionalists generally are of the same demographic that also believes that murdering 1,200,000 American children in 2012 in the name of women's rights is acceptable.

 
 

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harryanderson

As far as "gay marriage" goes, I see no reason why government--especially the Federal government--should need to define marriage at all.

And all this talk about "defending marriage" doesn't impress me.

I'll be willing bet that alcoholism, heterosexual infidelity, and plain old selfishness have destroyed many more marriages than homosexuality. Let's defend marriage against those threats, too.

I say anyone who wants to "defend" or "define" marriage in a positive way should begin by perfecting her or his OWN marriage.

Posted 616 days ago.

harryanderson

"...behavior doesn't have to follow wants."

Ithink nailed it.

It really jerks my chain when people say things like, "He made me mad enough to punch him in the nose."

I love my freedom. There's no way I'm letting anybody or anything snatch it away from me. That includes what Ithink calls my own "wants."

Posted 616 days ago.

h ttp://ije.oxfordjournals.o rg/content/26/3/657.abstract

" Life expectancy at age 20 for gay and bisexual men ranged from 34.0 years to 46.3 years for the 3% and 9% scenarios respectively. These were all lower than the 54.3 year life expectancy at age 20 for all men."

Myth you try hard to imply that gay behavior is normal, but it can't be done. We waste a lot of time on a subject that has no impact on our security or the economy.

I have never said that gay behavior is a sin. That is up to God, and I have enough sins of my own to work on. I don't care what they do in private except when they try to force me to approve of it, or try to change the definition of a family oriented establishment like marriage.

Watching them force their behavior on us in public, is as uncomfortable to me as a two headed person. Very sad and not normal.

And behavior doesn't have to follow wants.

Posted 616 days ago.

harryanderson

"Homosexualality (sic) is a genetic defect."

I agree, provided there is such a gene.

I can't believe that a loving God would put something in our DNA that would make it difficult for us follow his instructions.

Posted 616 days ago.

mythravere

The amount of detail they can pull down is immense.

They dont even need GPS to track you. Cell tower triangulation can do that just as well.

Not to mention that there are more than likely filters on communication lines that are aimed at picking out targeted words etc. Then linked right back to you.

If people really knew the streets would full of people calling for some heads...

Posted 617 days ago.

mythravere

And Ithink I have a big issue with the scanning of private web traffic and all that entails.

That can of worms was opened after 9-11.

Dont think for a second I support any of that. Because I do not.

I dont think people truthfully grasp how invasive that is.

All they have to do is type a word or phrase in and EVERYTHING put out there is collated and stored.

Also the patterns of when and where those posts are scrutinized.

They know exactly where the hot zones of anti government postings are.

I guarantee you everything we have said on this site is saved somewhere in the NSA's files.

Posted 617 days ago.

mythravere

But seeing as how your beliefs on this issue are informed by your religious beliefs and seeing as how that is a personal matter. Dictating how things should be according to what you believe is tantamount to forcing your beliefs on another.

That goes against the true spirit of freedom.

Posted 617 days ago.

mythravere

As I stated brother and sister etc relationships have serious issues attached to them that has nothing to do with any moral quandary.

Inbreeding can introduce genetic defects into the offspring.

A homosexual couple isn't going to be faced with that issue.

Besides not all of them engage in "play" as I talked about already. At least not in the manner you implied.

Posted 617 days ago.

mythravere

Ithink. I didn't want to bring this up but I am going to. Sorry if it offends but its the truth.

The using of body parts in ways not intended also takes place between a man and women too.

Far more than you think. And I am willing to bet a sizable number of anti-gay heterosexual couples engage in "play" of that type.

Heck I seen a story once that stated that the adult entertainment industry has more customers in conservative areas than other less conservative areas.

Posted 617 days ago.

mythravere

My mother was married at 15. I think that the reason behind age of consent though is that young kids/teens dont have the necessary reasoning skills when it comes to making relationship decisions at such a young age.

Posted 617 days ago.

mythravere

Age of consent laws are on the books to protect younger folks from being taken advantage of. Incest and marrying your sister have obvious non-moral determined problems associated with them. Namely genetic issues from siblings etc if a pregnancy resulted from the relationship.

And animals. W T F. Its obvious why.

But two adults? As long as they willingly consent. Then where is the problem?

There should be none.

Posted 617 days ago.

"US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email "

You democrats should be ashamed to even mention the word "freedom"

And religion sure must be mighty important to your chosen leaders. Everyone take note of the fortune we are going to pay to send idiot Biden to the Pope's festivities. Wahoo !! What a worthy cause for our nation in debt.

Posted 617 days ago.

You will never be free from the influence of religion,myth. Do not steal. Straight from the Bible. Why don't you work to get rid of robbery being a crime???? The Bible is the origin of our laws.

But you are not rally interested in other laws. You are pushing the homosexual special interest agenda with all your might.

It would change who I am, to have marriage be represented by two same sex people. They cannot be parents of a family and invite early death by using body parts in ways that were not intended.Great cause for you libs to endorse.

Gay marriage is not about equality. It is about changing the definition of marriage. If that happens, it will no longer define the permanent family relationship my husband and I have, and I will call it SOMETHING ELSE.

Brother and sister have just as much right to be "equal" as two men. You are discriminating.

Posted 617 days ago.

I agree marriage is a legal issue and I agree DOMA violates the Constitution. That being the case, why should the government be able to force the church to marry people they don't want to marry?

Posted 617 days ago.

mythravere

It doesn't matter how this nation was supposedly founded. The realities of today are different than then and the issue of personal freedom must be honored.

Posted 617 days ago.

mythravere

I have to ask though why is it that the church thinks it has a right to influence the laws to be conducive to what they want?

We speak of freedom of religion but when is a persons right to be free from the influence of religion.

To me this being a free nation everyone should be free to do as the wish as long as they aren't harming anyone else.

Religious and moral concerns are a personal issue. No one should have the right or ability to bring their choices down on someone else.

A person doesn't have to agree or support what someone else chooses to do with their life. As long as they conduct their lives in a lawful manner I dont see why such a fuss is being raised over this issue of marriage equality.

To me any law that reaffirms a religious position on marriage is in violation of the Constitution and the separation of church and state.

Posted 617 days ago.

The views held on marriage equality and abortion are the official views of the Church. The don't expect support and will not negotiate those stances. If you do not agree then you are free to move on.

Posted 618 days ago.

mythravere

But the church is also guilty of doing the same in regards to marriage equality and the abortion issue.

They expect people to support them in the way they see those issues when obviously people dont.

If those issues are to ever be dealt some sort of understanding and mutual respect is going to be necessary. Otherwise the arguing will go on forever.

Posted 618 days ago.

mythravere

I can concede the points mentioned in response to my posts as being right and in keeping with the free exercise of religion.

I will say that after some thought on the issue. A problem that almost every group is guilty of is the seeking of others to play by your rules.

It is indeed wrong to expect someone to support something that goes against their beliefs.

Posted 618 days ago.

The government already provides birth control through a variety of programs that taxpayer’s fund. Young Miss Fluke could have accessed any number of those without trying to force the Church to renounce a belief they’ve held for a millennium.

Posted 618 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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