What a lot of bollocks! Marriage is the union of one man and one woman so 'gay marriage' is a contradiction in terms. I accept his 'tolerance' theme in that there should be tolerance towards anyone with any affliction but trying to pretend that any union is marriage is nonsense.<br><br>km<br><br>
ok, wouldn't that be a church's definition and not contract and civiil rights law?<br><br>where does the law fit in?<br><br>call it anything but "allow" marriage as per the law. <br><br><br><br>"fly peacock, fly."<br><br>[color:red]Libertarian Communist</font color=red>
You're right it has an ecclesiastical law origin. Congress could change US law but speaking for myself I don't it should - it should come up with another word instead of trying to mangle the English language. In modern times as well as mediaeval one would think that heterosexual marriage is the natural order?<br><br>kn<br><br>
that wasn't a slam at any church, that was their freedom sounding.<br>e.g. we shall make no law telling the churches who they can and cannot ordain ...or marry.<br><br>the following also applies to your 'Better Idea than Bernanke's' post:<br><br>everything to you is right or wrong, black or white, hot or cold, on or off --opposites, no gray. e.g. <br>"All theories and practices of these spheres of life are only true, right, and realistic to the degree that they agree with the Bible."<br><br>Character Is the Issue: How People With Integrity Can Revolutionize America: warning starkly that in the struggle between secular and sectarian, "one worldview will prevail." ...the grandiose authoritarian cadence of the christian reconstructionist.<br><br>"When two irreconcilable views emerge, one is going to dominate. Ours will either be a worldview with humans at the center or with God at the center ... The winning worldview will dominate public policy, the laws we make, and every other detail of our existence." --Huckabee source.<br><br>that is not libertarianism, it's the opposite.<br><br><br><br>"fly peacock, fly."<br><br>[color:red]Libertarian Communist</font color=red>
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