Stand up for what you believe in, even if it goes against the current status quo.

Legalizing “Love”

Oh, New York.

How disappointed I am in you.

New York has apparently jumped on the band wagon and legalized gay “marriage.”

I know that I have blogged about this gay marriage before, so I won’t go into it too much… but this is just ridiculous. I guess I will just never understand the arguments of liberals. And call me old fashion, but heck people, marriage is between one man and one woman. It has been that way since the beginning of time. You don’t need a religious argument to prove that there cannot be a marriage between two people of the same-sex.

The law passed the New York Congress with the support of 4 Republican Senators and 1 Democratic Senator who voted against it (good for you).

44 States still do not allow same-sex marriage, and 30 of those 44 states have BANNED gay marriage. Let’s hope that the remaining 14 states soon do the same.

A man and a woman is essential for the creation of life. A child needs a mother and a father, not two mothers and not two fathers. Why do you think it requires a man and woman to create life? Happenstance? Just a mistake?

The traditional family is being thrown out the window, almost literally. There is no respect for traditional marriages. There is no respect for the children. Gay Rights activists are lying through their teeth when they say that people who don’t allow them to love the person they love are homophobes, or they don’t care for the rights of all people or want equality throughout the country. Or that it doesn’t hurt anyone when gay marriage is legalized. And most of us are too dumb to see their weak arguments.

The Human Rights Campaign is falsely named. Their organization isn’t for the rights of all human people; it’s for the selfish desires that benefit just a few people.

So, now we have New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Iowa, Connecticut, and Massachusetts that have “legalized love.” (Give me a break.)

I don’t think I’ll be moving to New England anytime soon. Or Iowa.



Comments on: "Legalizing “Love”" (2)

  1. Terrance H. said:

    I really don’t care one way or the other. I think arguments against gay marriage are better than the non-arguments, emotional pleas for it, but if it were legal all across the land tomorrow, it wouldn’t bother me. Abortion is, to me, the most important social issue.

    • If you don’t want gay “marriage” to be legal across the country, then you have to stop it before it begins. These few states are stepping stones for the nation to legalize gay marriage. If we allow these few states to legalize gay marriage, it’s almost like allowing the whole country to legalize it. I hope that makes sense… 😛
      And I would agree with you that abortion is definitely the most important social issue surrounding our country today. But for me, that doesn’t mean putting everything else on hold. We have to do what we can do when we can do it. I would do anything to outlaw abortion. And I think that Pro-Lifers are making some progress with the Women’s Right to Know law, which has been passed in a few states thus far. Unfortunately, it has been vetoed by Gov. Perdue in North Carolina, which is incredibly disappointing. However, supporters of the bill only need one extra vote in the State House and Senate to override the veto, which provides a glimpse of hope. 🙂

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