Gay Marriage?

What’s everybody’s views on gay marriage? I just want to know…

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11 Responses to Gay Marriage?

  1. Chris says:

    Let ’em get married; why not?

  2. Ben says:

    I have no problem with it — but I have a new proposal.

    Why isn’t any type of marriage just a “civil union”, as far as the government is concerned, but any type of marriage just recognized by the church, etc.? Why should you get tax breaks for anything religious! Separation of church and state!

    Then, the religious group can go with what they feel is proper.

    Eliminate the problem.

  3. Rachel says:

    Oh, yeah! Just what I wanted to hear…

    Bumper sticker: If you’re against gay marriage, don’t marry one!

    Haha. Dad thinks they should just eliminate marriage and be done with it.

  4. Jay says:

    100% against it.

  5. Chris says:

    Why Jay? Fine, that’s like me telling you that you can’t go marry your catholic wife…

  6. Jay says:

    Chris, if we “interpret” the Constitution to say that gays can get married then, under that same “interpretation”, all groups that want to get married can get married (i.e. polygamists, people wanting to marry a family member, etc.) If you let gays marry, these groups will be like “hey! what about our ‘civil rights’ ” And, of course, the ACLU will back them. You let gays get married, it’ll be CHAOS! If we head down the road of “oh gays can marry” then we start down the slippery slope of anybody can marry anyone. I oppose gay marriage because I want marriage to MEAN SOMETHING! If we allow Gay Marriage, marriage will die like it is doing now in Scandinavia. I want marriage to mean the same thing for our generation as it did for the many that came before us.

  7. Rachel says:

    Why do you care? As long as the polygamists all agree and people can still divorce, it’s fine. How does it affect you? YOU don’t marry anybody gay, then. Do you have any gay friends or relatives? Oh, sorry, you’d probably bash ’em on the head and stalk away because their friendship doesn’t mean anything because they’re gay. I think it’s very rude for you to talk about things you don’t understand.

    Why do you care about their marriage’s meaning? Are you trying to save the world from the depths of hell? Because if you are, you’re too late. We’ve already gone there, with Bush in office.

    If you save everybody, make sure to say hello to all the animals up in heaven who have been brutally murdered by Bush’s oil drilling, which isn’t being sold in America and won’t be on the market for ten years, and isn’t even lowering gas prices!

    I know, you’re doing this so we can all go to heaven because we don’t want to go to hell. I suppose we will because we actually have feelings for our fellow (wo)man!

    …unlike some people I know… *cough* BUSH *cough*

    I know. The world bugs you. Go get therapy.

  8. Liisa says:

    I’m sorry to interupt your discussion, but why hasn’t anyone posted about hurricane Katrina? I just finished watching Nightly News with Brian Williams, and the extended special, and I want to know why no one has brought it up yet. Has anyone been watching the news or reading the papers?
    Brian Williams talked with the head of FEMA and the man claimed that the government didn’t even know about the group of people in the superdome…but later he said they were fed. The pictures are very disturbing…our own people are dying…

  9. Chris says:

    Harsh words, but well said.

    Jay, why do you care? Let them all get married. Are they ruining your way of life? You’re still going to go on with it and they wont bother you a bit, I promise…

  10. Ben says:

    Regarding Hurricane Katrina

    Unfortunatley, with a subject like this, information is always changing, and it is hard to blog on a subject such of this without knowledge that is commonly agreed on. All of the networks seem to disagree, to an extent.

    I for one, am planning a piece regarding the cost and political implications relating to Hurricane Katrina.

    You can look forward to reading our thoughts on the hurricane, as well as it’s damage to the cost of oil and gas.

  11. Rachel says:

    Yeah, but it’s worth harsh words. And I usually save them.

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