Saturday, October 18, 2008

Gay Marriage Is Not A Civil Rights Issue

I am not apt at creating well written articles that provide all of the legal ramifications that are pro (or con) on this subject. Here is a great article that makes it clear that same-sex marriage is NOT a civil right!

The NO on Proposition 8 activists are trying to get undecided voters to think it is. It makes sense to me in a logical way why their changing a traditional institution (Marriage) is NOT a good thing for 98% of our society. I have observed these past months, the gay community and their activists do not look at this in a logical way, they use emotion and a continual misleading plethora of lies to mask the truth and what they want to accomplish.

Read this article and see what you think. Click on the title above or here to view the article.

WATCH THIS YOUTUBE VIDEO ---->Black Church Leaders Say GAYS Have NO RIGHT to call gay marriage a civil right!


Anonymous said...

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MoorparkJeff said...

I could not agree more with this post. Gay marriage in NOT a civil right!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your great post! If you know to stop at a red light, you’d agree it’s unreasonable to say to your child would you like an apple or an apple when you’re holding up 1 apple and 1 banana!!

For a changing society, we need NEW TERMS to describe the types of relationships people have the free choice to form – not new laws that will put us all in speech & religious bondage.

Vote not with emotion but with reason; get the facts:,, and Let's you , me, and our same-sex friends unite to vote Yes! on Prop. 8.

Anonymous said...

Did you know that France already went through this fight? I was shocked to learn that. France! of all countries. Who would figure they would be our allies in this?

I have been looking into their studies. They actually REJECTED gay marriage because they found it hurt kids. I guess it shouldn’t surprise us that genders matter in child rearing, but it seems like in all the hullabaloo about so called “gay rights” we’ve forgotten about the kids’ rights. Kids have rights too.

To hear the opposition tell it, you’d think we were the only backward country in the world that hadn’t already accepted the inevitable. Only five countries have legalized same sex marriage. France is one of the ones who studied it out first. They went to those five countries and saw what their choice had done to the stability of their countries. There are marked declines in health and family. It’s worth looking into, rather than just running full steam ahead into oblivion. I am always leery of people who want to guilt me into voting a certain way. It makes me want to say, so….what’s the other side? here it is.

Alec Eskander said...

this is a very well needed blog! i will be honest, when i first heard about this proposition i was leary about taking a stand on people's agency and moral choices even if it was against my beliefs. after research and some huge realizations i have taken that stand and fully back this blog. the fact is that marriage is sacredly defined as being between a man and woman. this is not about being against homosexuallity or "anti-gay" like many are making it out to stated, we are protecting the sacredness of our culture. if we start redefining word, we only open a can worms for the future.