I think if we bring this thread full circle and compare this young man's words to km's dour, narrow, and unimaginative postulations, the argument is pretty much over. I'd say he (km) should be humbled — even shamed — by such wisdom and compassion from one so young. But I know better.
You lot have got to do more than just convince yourselves that there's discrimination in the marriage laws - you've got to convince the people or at the very least the legislature wherever they're not buying it and I have to say you're noticeably failing in that - mainly because the case you present is so utterly feeble.
KM what laws are you talking about? Most of these countries are barbaric and care less about laws.Did you ever read the Koran? read it and tell me about laws than,Killing innocent people with rocks because they are different than them.Talking against their GOD where is the justice KM?
Jerry, I'm sorry, but you're way off base with that interpretation. Please don't tell me you're one of these Islamaphobes who are convinced that the U.S. is about to be taken over by Sharia Law. Seriously, while we still have the death penalty in this country, there's no legitimate criticism to be levied in that direction by us.
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